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  • LONDON, May 5- Britain's economy slowed in April and may stall as consumers worry about June's EU referendum, reaching levels at which in the past the Bank of England began to consider rate cuts, a survey of the dominant services industry showed. Markit chief economist Chris Williamson said the deterioration in April pushed the surveys into territory which "has...

  • LONDON, May 5- Sterling fell for a straight third day on Thursday after a key services sector report added to concerns that the economy is stumbling in the run-up to a vote on whether Britain should quit the European Union. A PMI survey showed that Britain's services sector grew at its lowest rate in more than three years in April, according to Markit's services...

  • *Yields flat after strong services, factory, trade data. NEW YORK, May 4- U.S. Of particular note for bond investors, the Institute for Supply Management's non-manufacturing index for April featured the first increase in the report's prices paid index so far this year and the strongest reading since May 2015.

  • LONDON, May 3- Global manufacturing growth almost stalled last month as rising price halted a pick-up in new orders, a survey showed on Tuesday. "The latest PMI data indicate global manufacturing output is growing at an anaemic pace, similar to the past year," said David Hensley, a director at JPMorgan. The global PMI combines survey data from countries including the...

  • May 2- Wall Street was little changed on Monday after data showed that U.S. manufacturing sector's PMI for April was at its lowest since 2009.. Wall Street closed lower on Friday, with U.S. stocks marking their largest weekly drop in more than two months as corporate earnings continued to disappoint. "I suspect for some stability to come in after the selloff in the...

  • May 2-* Euro zone factory PMI edged up to 51.7 in April. May 2- Euro zone factories did slightly better in April, with output not losing as much momentum as initially thought but growth in activity remaining weak despite the second-deepest price-cutting since early 2010, a survey showed on Monday. Manufacturing growth was strong in Italy and Spain last month and...

  • BEIJING, May 1- Activity in China's services industry expanded strongly in April, but at a slightly slower pace than in March, an official survey showed on Sunday.

  • Activity in China's manufacturing sector expanded more slowly than expected in April and marginally less than the previous month, an official survey showed on Sunday. The official Purchasing Managers' Index stood at 50.1 in April, compared with the previous month's reading of 50.2 and above the 50- point mark that separates growth from contraction on a...

  • Santelli Exchange: PMI misses

    Alyce Andres-Frantz, Chief of the MNI Chicago Bureau tells CNBC's Rick Santelli companies are reacting, and not growing.

  • *Data due on May 1 at 0100 GMT. BEIJING, April 27- Activity in China's manufacturing sector likely expanded modestly in April for the second month in a row, a Reuters poll showed, adding to hopes that a prolonged downturn in the world's second-largest economy is easing. China's property investment growth quickened to 6.2 percent in the first three months of 2016 as...

  • *April flash euro zone composite PMI 53.0. LONDON, April 22- Further price cutting failed to prevent a slowdown in euro zone business growth this month, a survey showed, likely disappointing the European Central Bank which wants inflation to rise. "April's small fall in the euro zone Composite PMI adds to the evidence that the region's recovery is slowing," said Jack...

  • TOKYO, April 5- Japan's services sector stalled in March in a worrying sign the economy is losing momentum as new business stopped growing, a survey showed on Tuesday. The Markit/Nikkei Japan Services Purchasing Managers Index fell to 50.0 in March from 51.2 in February on a seasonally adjusted. In 2014, services accounted for 65 percent of Japan's gross...

  • LONDON, April 5- Sterling fell on Tuesday with a slight improvement in a monthly business sentiment indicator too little to settle nerves over Britain's economic performance. A rise in the UK current account deficit to 7 percent of national output has put focus on how exposed Britain is should foreign investors and buyers of its bonds be spooked by a vote to...

  • But while there may be some positive fundamentals in other commodities markets, with tentative signs of a recovery in China's vast manufacturing sector, there is no silver lining in sight for coal. China's official Purchasing Managers' Index expanded for the first time in 9 months in March, rising to 50.2, up from February's 49 to be just over the 50- line that...

  • SYDNEY, LONDON, NEW YORK, April 1- Activity in China's factory sector grew for the first time in nine months during March to bring a hint of spring to the global economy, although growth remained weak in Europe, and subdued in the U.S. Headlining in Asia was a rise in the official version of the Chinese Purchasing Managers' Index to 50.2, above the 50- point mark that...

  • NEW YORK, April 1- The U.S. economy's manufacturing sector resumed growth in March, bolstered by strength in new orders, according to an industry report released on Friday. The Institute for Supply Management said its index of national factory activity rose to 51.8 from 49.5 the month before. The reading was just above expectations of 50.7 from a Reuters poll of 68...

  • *The Labor Department's report, due at 8:30 a.m. ET, is expected to show that employers added 205,000 jobs in March, less than the 242,000 added in February. *A separate report at 10 a.m. on Friday is expected to show the Institute for Supply Management's national manufacturing index rose to 50.7 in March from 49.5 the previous month. *Federal Reserve Chair Janet...

  • *China factory sector growth for first time in 9 months. *China copper smelters look for Q2 treatment hike. Some analysts were cautious, however, about PMI data in China, the world's top metals consumer, accounting for 45 percent of global copper demand.

  • *China's PMI data shows first expansion in nine months. Brent crude for June delivery fell 23 cents to $40.10 a barrel as of 0704 GMT. Prices have recently pulled back on low trading volumes, concerns about oversupply ahead of an oil producers' meeting in Doha to agree a possible output freeze on April 17, and a firmer dollar, said Michael McCarthy, chief market...

  • SHANGHAI, April 1- China and Hong Kong stocks fell more than 1 percent on Friday morning, as S&P's cut to China's credit outlook offset any optimism from a pick-up in March manufacturing activity. China's blue-chip CSI300 index fell 1.5 percent, to 3,170.36 points by the lunch break, while the Shanghai Composite Index lost 1.4 percent, to 2,961.22 points.