2022 New Orders – Commercial Property Executive

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Not seasonally adjusted; $ in millions

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

Year-over-year through February, new orders increased by an average of 13.3 percent, equal to $60.5 million, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau. Compared to February 2021, new orders recorded the highest increase in the Primary Metals sector, up by 17.5 percent. Transportation Equipment followed with a 15 percent climb, while orders in the Nondurable Goods Industries segment increased by 14.8 percent.

New orders continue their upward trajectory on a year-over-year basis. As of February, only three sectors recorded single-digit improvements: Orders for Electrical Equipment, Appliances and Components rose by 8.2 percent, while Computers and Electronic Products clocked in with a 5.1 percent increase in new orders. At 0.5 percent, Furniture and Related Products recorded the lowest increase year-over-year as of February.

Month-over-month, new orders were down by an average of 0.5 percent—amounting to $2.3 million—as of February. Orders in Electrical Equipment, Appliances and Components recorded the highest increase, climbing by 6.7 percent. Furniture and Related Products followed with a 2.9 percent improvement, while orders in Transportation Equipment sector increased by 2.3 percent.

Two industries recorded negative growth from the month prior. Orders in the Nondurable Goods Industries sector were down by 1.1 percent. The Primary Metals segment recorded the most significant decrease in orders, clocking in at 1.9 percent.

—Posted on Apr. 27, 2022


Not seasonally adjusted; $ in millions

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

Year-over-year through January, new orders increased by an average of 15.1 percent, equal to $67.2 million, based on data from the U.S. Census Bureau. Compared to January 2021, new orders recorded the most significant uptick in the Transportation Equipment sector, up by 29.4 percent. Primary Metals followed with a 20.9 percent climb as of January, while orders in the Durable Goods Industries were up by 16.5 percent.

New orders continued their positive trajectory in terms of year-over-year evolution, albeit at an uneven pace. As of January, only three sectors registered single-digit improvements: Orders for Electrical Equipment, Appliances and Components rose by 7.0 percent, Computers and Electronic Products recorded a 6.2 percent increase, while Furniture and Related Products remained virtually unchanged.

Month-over-month, new orders decreased by an average of 5.3 percent—equal to $28.6 million—as of January. Unlike the year-over-year positive trend, new orders decreased for all but three surveyed industries. The most significant expansion came from Primary Metals, where orders climbed by 6.9 percent. Fabricated Metals Products followed with a 3.2 percent improvement. Orders in the Furniture and Related Products sector registered a 2.6 percent growth.

Meanwhile, orders for Computers and Electronic Products were down by 26.7 percent, followed by Electrical Equipment, Appliances and Components (down 11.5 percent), Transportation Equipment (down 9.8 percent), Durable Goods Industries (down 7.7 percent) and Machinery (down 5.3 percent).

—Posted on Mar. 25, 2022

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2022 New Orders

Not seasonally adjusted; $ in millions

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

Year-over-year through February, new orders increased by an average of 13.3 percent, equal to $60.5 million, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau. Compared to February 2021, new orders recorded the highest increase in the Primary Metals sector, up by 17.5 percent. Transportation Equipment followed with a 15 percent climb, while orders in the Nondurable Goods Industries segment increased by 14.8 percent.

New orders continue their upward trajectory on a year-over-year basis. As of February, only three sectors recorded single-digit improvements: Orders for Electrical Equipment, Appliances and Components rose by 8.2 percent, while Computers and Electronic Products clocked in with a 5.1 percent increase in new orders. At 0.5 percent, Furniture and Related Products recorded the lowest increase year-over-year as of February.

Month-over-month, new orders were down by an average of 0.5 percent—amounting to $2.3 million—as of February. Orders in Electrical Equipment, Appliances and Components recorded the highest increase, climbing by 6.7 percent. Furniture and Related Products followed with a 2.9 percent improvement, while orders in Transportation Equipment sector increased by 2.3 percent.

Two industries recorded negative growth from the month prior. Orders in the Nondurable Goods Industries sector were down by 1.1 percent. The Primary Metals segment recorded the most significant decrease in orders, clocking in at 1.9 percent.

—Posted on Apr. 27, 2022


Not seasonally adjusted; $ in millions

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

Year-over-year through January, new orders increased by an average of 15.1 percent, equal to $67.2 million, based on data from the U.S. Census Bureau. Compared to January 2021, new orders recorded the most significant uptick in the Transportation Equipment sector, up by 29.4 percent. Primary Metals followed with a 20.9 percent climb as of January, while orders in the Durable Goods Industries were up by 16.5 percent.

New orders continued their positive trajectory in terms of year-over-year evolution, albeit at an uneven pace. As of January, only three sectors registered single-digit improvements: Orders for Electrical Equipment, Appliances and Components rose by 7.0 percent, Computers and Electronic Products recorded a 6.2 percent increase, while Furniture and Related Products remained virtually unchanged.

Month-over-month, new orders decreased by an average of 5.3 percent—equal to $28.6 million—as of January. Unlike the year-over-year positive trend, new orders decreased for all but three surveyed industries. The most significant expansion came from Primary Metals, where orders climbed by 6.9 percent. Fabricated Metals Products followed with a 3.2 percent improvement. Orders in the Furniture and Related Products sector registered a 2.6 percent growth.

Meanwhile, orders for Computers and Electronic Products were down by 26.7 percent, followed by Electrical Equipment, Appliances and Components (down 11.5 percent), Transportation Equipment (down 9.8 percent), Durable Goods Industries (down 7.7 percent) and Machinery (down 5.3 percent).

—Posted on Mar. 25, 2022

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