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U.S. | 9 January 2019 Small Firms are Cutting their Capex Plans but Raising Prices
The only way to read the December NFIB survey and not be alarmed is to look at the headline, which fell by less than expected, and ignore the details.

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9 January 2019 Small Firms are Cutting their Capex Plans but Raising Prices

By Ian Shepherdson

The only way to read the December NFIB survey and not be alarmed is to look at the headline, which fell by less than expected, and ignore the details.

Posted: 9th Jan 2019 in 'U.S.'

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