Should cost, future cost, and supply demand dynamics impact component pricing and sourcing?
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September 29, 2015
Component Price Tracker (CPT)™ is an annual service that provides current pricing and price forecast trends for high-volume, multi-sourced, commodity electronic components used in all types of electronic devices. The IHS Component Price Tracker examines the most representative part descriptions per component group on a monthly basis.Subscribers Only
September 25, 2015
IHS Component Health Watch (CHW) is an annual subscription that reports the health status and outlook of the overall supply and demand environment for major electronic components on a monthly cadence. CHW is a collaborative effort by IHS analysts who research the complete semiconductor eco-system from component end use to the supply of raw materials and their impact on component price and lead times.Subscribers Only
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February 25, 2015
Reflecting bearish sentiment in commodity markets, construction costs fell again in February, according to IHS (NYSE: IHS) and the Procurement Executives Group (PEG).
January 28, 2015
Construction costs fell in January, bringing a halt to three years of rising prices, according to IHS and the Procurement Executives Group (PEG). The headline current IHS PEG Engineering and Construction Cost Index (ECCI) dropped to 48.8 percent in January, down from 52.7 percent in December, the lowest level since January 2012.
December 29, 2014
Construction costs rose for the 35th consecutive month in December, according to IHS (NYSE: IHS) and the Procurement Executives Group (PEG). The headline current IHS PEG Engineering and Construction Cost Index (ECCI) eased further to 52.7 percent in December, down from 53.0 percent in November and near 2014 lows.