Monday, November 2, 2015

More Measures from Asia, U.S.

Economic measures and anecdotes continue to point to a global manufacturing slowdown, though it still doesn’t look like anything sudden. At International Business Times, factory activity is soft across East Asia, with some analysts looking at global demand and commodities and others looking at the manufacturing slowdown in China as the cause:

In the United States, the ISM PMI fell to 50.1, indicating a barely measurable expansion in manufacturing in October. Details at

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