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contracting. The PMI increased to a five-month high of 53.1 in November from 50.8 in October, exceeding the 52-mark that in practice has separated expansion from contraction.

U.K. | 5 December 2017 The PMI Signals Construction has Stabilised, but Won't Recover Soon
November's Markit/CIPS construction report brings hope that the sector no longer is contracting. The PMI increased to a five-month high of 53.1 in November from 50.8 in October, exceeding the 52-mark that in practice has separated expansion from contraction.

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5 December 2017 The PMI Signals Construction has Stabilised, but Won't Recover Soon

By Samuel Tombs

November's Markit/CIPS construction report brings hope that the sector no longer is contracting. The PMI increased to a five-month high of 53.1 in November from 50.8 in October, exceeding the 52-mark that in practice has separated expansion from contraction.

Posted: 4th Dec 2017 in 'U.K.'

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