May’s PMIs suggest that activity in advanced economies has continued to hold up well amid a strong rebound in the service sector. Meanwhile, weak demand for manufactured goods is weighing heavily on the outlook for industry. And although this means that price pressures for manufactured goods have eased a lot, central banks will remain concerned over the stickiness in services price pressures.
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