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U.S. | 2 April 2019 Manufacturing Might have Hit Bottom, but Don't Celebrate Yet
We were happy to see the small increase in the March ISM manufacturing index yesterday, following better news from China's PMIs, but none of these reports constitute definitive evidence that the manufacturing slowdown is over.

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2 April 2019 Manufacturing Might have Hit Bottom, but Don't Celebrate Yet

By Ian Shepherdson

We were happy to see the small increase in the March ISM manufacturing index yesterday, following better news from China's PMIs, but none of these reports constitute definitive evidence that the manufacturing slowdown is over.

Posted: 2nd Apr 2019 in 'U.S.'

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