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Central banks won’t flinch at weak PMIs

Another month, another batch of PMIs pointing to Q3 GDP having fallen in major advanced economies. Yet despite the deterioration in real activity, as well as some further signs that pipeline price pressures are easing, September’s PMIs will do little to alter the course of aggressive rate hikes in the months ahead.

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