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China’s PMIs point to solid, if unexciting, demand

China’s PMI surveys suggest that the economic recovery is ongoing, but the pace of growth has slowed. While a lower reading for construction activity is a negative for metals prices, the persistent strength of the services sector is consistent with our estimate of solid growth in China’s oil demand.

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