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U.S. | 26 Oct 2020 The Manufacturing Recovery Can Continue as Goods Spending Rises
Back in the olden days, we argued that shifts in the global manufacturing cycle often originated in China, and then fed into the U.S. and European data with a lag of one-to-three months.

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26 Oct 2020 The Manufacturing Recovery Can Continue as Goods Spending Rises

By Ian Shepherdson

Back in the olden days, we argued that shifts in the global manufacturing cycle often originated in China, and then fed into the U.S. and European data with a lag of one-to-three months.

Posted: 26th Oct 2020 in 'U.S.'

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