The US services sector continues to demonstrate signs of sustained growth, with economic activity expanding in April for the fourth consecutive month. According to the Institute of Supply Management’s Services PMI report, the services PMI rose to a reading of 51.9%, a sign that the sector is growing. Anthony Nieves, chair of the ISM’s Services Business Survey Committee, expressed his satisfaction with the result, noting “Fourteen industries reported growth in April.” Furthermore, the ISM employment index of the Services PMI fluctuated between expansion and contraction nine times in 2022, but remains in a stable position when compared to the previous year. This indicates the sector is doing well, and the long-term trend of almost 160 months of growth just reinforces this. With the US services sector continuing to flourish, it appears that there is plenty to be optimistic about.