We think the S&P Global composite PMI’s prediction of an imminent plunge in GDP will prove well wide of the mark, with the latest hard data pointing to growth of 3% annualised in the third quarter. At the same time, however, the ISM activity surveys are probably painting a somewhat over-optimistic picture of the underlying health of the economy.
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