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Manufacturing PMIs (Nov.)

The manufacturing PMIs for November were a mixed bag, but suggest that weakening demand and the fading boost from easing supply shortages has begun to take a heavier toll on industrial sectors in Turkey, Poland and Czechia in Q4. Meanwhile, there were further signs of pipeline price pressures easing across the board, which we think should begin to drag on headline inflation in the region in the coming months.

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