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  • LONDON, March 1- Global manufacturing growth stagnated last month as falling prices failed to stop a deceleration in new orders, pushing factories to trim workforces, a business survey showed on Tuesday. "Inflows of new business and production volumes barely rose, while the trend in international trade deteriorated," said David Hensley, a director at JPMorgan.

  • NEW YORK, March 1- The U.S. economy's manufacturing sector contracted in February but at a slower pace than the previous month, according to an industry report released on Tuesday. The Institute for Supply Management said its index of national factory activity rose to 49.5 from 48.2 the month before. The reading was above expectations of 48.5 from a Reuters poll...

  • *Downbeat PMI surveys raise hopes of more steps from Beijing, ECB. *Wall Street expect to open up 0.5 pct ahead of data deluge. Asia had risen as weak China data fanned hopes for more stimulus there, and it was the same story in Europe as euro zone manufacturing activity expanded at its weakest pace for a year despite more deep discounting and slumped to a near...

  • *Downbeat PMI surveys raise hopes of more steps from Beijing, ECB. Asia had risen after weak China data fanned stimulus hopes there, and the same pattern emerged in Europe as euro zone manufacturing activity expanded at its weakest pace for a year despite more deep discounting. The hopes for the central bank helped Germany's DAX jump 1.8 percent and France's CAC...

  • With growing uncertainty about the health of the global economy and the approach of Britain's European Union membership referendum, the Markit/CIPS manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index fell sharply to 50.8, below all the forecasts in a Reuters poll, from 52.9 in January. The survey showed demand at home slowed while export orders fell, a double whammy for...

  • LONDON, March 1- The euro hit its lowest in almost three years against the yen and Europe's shares extended their best run of the year on Tuesday, as data from the region's big economies bolstered the case for another strong dose of ECB stimulus next week. Markit's Purchasing Managers' Index will make gloomy reading for the European Central Bank, coming little more...

  • SHANGHAI, March 1- Activity in China's manufacturing sector shrank for the seventh month in a row in February and more sharply than expected, an official survey showed, suggesting the government will have to ramp up stimulus to avoid a deeper economic slowdown. Some investors had been bracing for a negative after the central bank unexpectedly eased policy late...

  • BEIJING, March 1- Activity in China's services industry expanded in February but at a slower pace than in the previous month, an official survey showed on Tuesday.

  • BEIJING, March 1- Activity in China's manufacturing sector shrank more than expected in February, an official survey showed on Tuesday, adding pressure on policymakers to provide additional stimulus for the cooling economy. The official Purchasing Managers' Index stood at 49.0 in February, down from the previous month's reading of 49.4 and below the 50- point...

  • Chicago PMI badly misses estimates at 47.6 vs. 54

    CNBC's Rick Santelli breaks down the latest PMI numbers with MNI Chicago Bureau Chief Alyce Andres-Frantz.

  • *China official PMI seen at 49.3 in Feb vs 49.4. *Data due on March 1 at 0100 GMT. BEIJING, Feb 25- Activity in China's vast manufacturing sector likely shrank for a seventh straight month in February, a Reuters polled showed, adding to signs that business conditions in the world's second-largest economy are continuing to decelerate.

  • LONDON, Feb 22- Euro zone private business growth increased at its weakest pace for over a year in February, much worse than expected, after activity slowed in Germany and contracted in France, a survey showed on Monday. The survey, which also provided further evidence of price cutting, is likely to solidify expectations of more monetary policy easing from the...

  • SINGAPORE, Feb 22- TOKYO, Feb 22- Growth in Japan's manufacturing activity slowed sharply in February as new export orders contracted at the fastest pace in three years, a worrying sign that overseas demand is deteriorating rapidly as China's economy slows, a preliminary survey showed on Monday. Japan's economy contracted more than expected in the fourth...

  • *China service sector growth partially offsets factory weakness. LONDON, Feb 3- Global economic growth began 2016 on a weak note, surveys of business activity suggested on Wednesday, and with inflation remaining low central banks are seen under pressure to keep monetary policies easy. The U.S. service sector purchasing managers' index from data vendor Markit...

  • *Euro zone final Jan composite PMI 53.6. *China services growth partially offsets factory weakness. LONDON, Feb 3- The private sector began 2016 on a slightly weak note around the world, and with scant signs of inflation picking up, pressure will remain on central banks to keep or even ease their already ultra-loose monetary policies, surveys showed on Wednesday.

  • LONDON, Feb 1- Global manufacturing expansion accelerated slightly but remained weak at the start of 2016 as faster growth in developed markets failed to offset a contraction in emerging economies, a survey showed on Monday. "The January PMI data signal that the upturn in global manufacturing remained lackluster at the start of 2016," said David Hensley,...

  • -ISM@ Feb 1- The U.S. economy's manufacturing sector contracted for a fourth straight month in January but at a slower pace than the previous month, while employment in the sector slumped to a six-and-a-half year low, according to an industry report released on Monday. The Institute for Supply Management said its index of national factory activity rose to 48.2...

  • Feb 1- The U.S. economy's manufacturing sector contracted for a fourth straight month in January but at a slower pace than the previous month, while employment in the sector slumped to a six-and-a-half year low, according to an industry report released on Monday. The Institute for Supply Management said its index of national factory activity rose to 48.2 from...

  • *Manufacturing index edges up in January. WASHINGTON, Feb 1- U.S. manufacturing activity appeared to stabilize a bit in January, but a recovery is unlikely in the near term as factories grapple with a strong dollar and lower oil prices force energy firms to further cut spending. The Institute for Supply Management said its index of national factory activity...

  • *Too early to speak of OPEC meeting- OPEC source in paper. LONDON, Feb 1- Oil fell 4 percent on Monday as weak economic data from China, the world's largest energy consumer, weighed on prices and an OPEC source played down talk of an emergency meeting to stem the decline. "The weak China PMI is driving down prices because China weighs on the entire commodities sector from...