The slip in the composite flash PMI to 48.4 in September took it further below the boom-bust level of 50 and sits comfortably with recent data that suggests the economy is already in a recession. That’s hardly a good start for the Chancellor’s 2.5% growth plan. Of some comfort was that pipeline price pressures continued to ease.
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