Industry Data Reports

aem us machinery outlook reports

As an AEM Member, you have access to two quarterly econometric reports that act as an introduction to our industries and identify the drivers and major events that impact the industry. 

From the reports, you can identify indicator relationships to create custom forecasts and enable their organizations to assess the evolution of the US markets, tie it to trends in key industry segments that drive it, and understand how that connects to the broader economy. 

Report Highlights:

  • Macro-economic drivers
  • Industry forecasts for the US and Globally
  • Market evolution
  • Global events/scenarios impacting the industry.

Contact us if you are looking for specific industry information.

 Members only.

Ag Machinery Report CE Machinery Report

Global Markets Reports

A quarterly report that consolidates data from the U.S. Department of Commerce, and other sources, outlining equipment exports to major regions of the world.  Members only.

Or request a custom import/export report. View a past report or contact us for the most recent country-specific report.

Agriculture Report Construction Report

Agrievolution: Tractor Market Report & Agrievolution Ag Indexes

The Tractor Market Report provides our community with statistics on monthly and yearly units of tractors sold worldwide with in-depth observations by the Agrievolution Economic Committee.

The Agrievolution Ag Indexes provide AEM members with 10 regional and 18 country specific indexes that track the following for product groups: forage harvesters, balers, combines and tractors.

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Third Party Reports

  • Construction Equipment Index. A weighted index tracking a grouping of publicly traded CE AEM member companies and comparing their stock price performance against the S&P 500 average. Provided by ARTBA.  Members only.
  • The IronMonthly Index. This index measures, for 1 to 5-year old equipment, the trends in used agricultural equipment values against the trends in the average age of used equipment sold within 3 major categories. Provided by Iron Solutions, Inc.  Members only.
  • Producer Price Index (PPI). A family of indexes that measures the average change over time in selling prices received by domestic producers of goods and services. PPIs measure price change from the perspective of the seller. This contrasts with other measures, such as the Consumer Price Index (CPI), that measure price change from the purchaser's perspective. Sellers' and purchasers' prices may differ due to government subsidies, sales and excise taxes, and distribution costs. Provided by ARTBA.  Members only.