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Friday, February 7, 2014

PMI indicator has modest fall

This is my weighted average of US, China, Japan and Europe PMI/ISM, indicators which are private sector surveys of manufacturing conditions in these countries (Europe is a composite of several European countries)

A minor blip in January, prolly caused by the big freeze in the US.

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