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25th Mar 2015 06:30U.S., Economic Monitor

We have argued over the past couple of years that if you want to know what's likely to happen to U.S. manufacturing over the next few months, you should look at China's PMI, rather than the domestic ISM survey, which is beset by huge seasonal adjustment problems.

ISM China PMI new home sales CPI durable goods seasonal adjustments rents

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