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U.S. | 15 Sept 2020 The Manufacturing Sector is Losing Steam, but Autos have Further to go
Momentum in the rebound in economic activity has faded over the past couple months, housing and auto sales aside.

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15 Sept 2020 The Manufacturing Sector is Losing Steam, but Autos have Further to go

By Ian Shepherdson

Momentum in the rebound in economic activity has faded over the past couple months, housing and auto sales aside.

Posted: 15th Sep 2020 in 'U.S.'

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