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PMI data for July show that the recovery in GDP has nearly ground to a halt and inventory is piling up.
Employment growth slowed to a 15-month low, while the pace of input and output price rises eased materially.
On balance, the latest data imply the MPC won't act "forcefully"; market pricing for August is still too high.
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