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Manufacturing PMI: 55.4

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    Healthy and expanding, whats your view?
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    Highest since June 2014, the economy is accelerating.
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    Highest since June 2014, the economy is accelerating.
    It's not being felt throughout the country though.
    That's one of the reasons many people voted to leave, they simply felt left behind.
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    Surely the Conservatives can't blow it from here with such strong fundamentals in the economy.

    Now is the time that they should be mending the roof when the sun is shining because one day it might not be so rosy.
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    This is being driven by a weak pound and buyers in the EU bringing forward purchases from the UK, because they are anticipating that once we leave the EU it will be tougher to get their hands in UK manufactured goods.
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    Construction PMI returns to growth - 52.3.
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    Construction PMI returns to growth - 52.3.
    IS there anything left in contraction, other than the soundness of the "the economy is imploding" position of the remoaners?
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    Construction PMI returns to growth - 52.3.
    Services today, got to love the remainers going silent.

    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    IS there anything left in contraction, other than the soundness of the "the economy is imploding" position of the remoaners?
    " oh we haven't left the eu yet " > typical remainer excuse
 
 
 
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