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Global manufacturing PMI now in recession territory

The fall in the global manufacturing PMI in August implies that global industrial activity is contracting, and the further decline in the new orders and export orders sub-components suggests that things will only get worse. The good news is that weak demand has allowed supply conditions to improve further, which has led to a significant easing in price pressures.

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