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10 January 2017 The Core Inventory Cycle is Turning, but Q4 Data Likely Won't Show it

By Ian Shepherdson

For some time now we have argued that collapse in capital spending in the oil sector was the source of most of the softening of activity in the manufacturing and wholesaling sectors last year.

Posted: 9th Jan 2017 in 'U.S. Documents'

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