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3rd Jan 2023 15:58U.S., Daily Monitor

  • The ISM manufacturing survey likely weakened in December, but it is not rolling over.
  • December auto sales appear to have fallen sharply, but the weather is partly responsible, at least.
  • The JOLTS data appear to overstate the upward pressure on wages; business surveys are more sanguine.

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