NEW YORK, Dec 4- U.S. private sector economic activity bounced back in November, lifted by expansion in the services sector, an industry report showed on Wednesday. Financial data firm Markit said its composite Purchasing Managers Index- a weighted average of its manufacturing and services indexes- rose to 56.2 last month from 49.6 in October.» Read More
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