Pantheon Macroeconomics - We'd be very surprised to see a material weakening in today's March ISM manufacturing survey. The regional reports released in recent weeks point to another reading in the high 50s, with a further advance from February's 57.7 a real possibility.

U.S. Documents | 3 April 2017 Expect Strength in Both the ISM and Construction Data Today
We'd be very surprised to see a material weakening in today's March ISM manufacturing survey. The regional reports released in recent weeks point to another reading in the high 50s, with a further advance from February's 57.7 a real possibility.

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3 April 2017 Expect Strength in Both the ISM and Construction Data Today

By Ian Shepherdson

We'd be very surprised to see a material weakening in today's March ISM manufacturing survey. The regional reports released in recent weeks point to another reading in the high 50s, with a further advance from February's 57.7 a real possibility.

Posted: 2nd Apr 2017 in 'U.S. Documents'

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