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16 Apr. 2015 Manufacturing constrained by the Oil capex collapse

By Ian Shepherdson

More evidence emerged yesterday of the fading impact of the severe winter on the data, in the form of the strength of the NAHB survey and the weakness of the headline industrial production number.

Posted: 16th Apr 2015 in 'U.S. Documents'

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