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Economic Reports Chicago PMI

  • BEIJING, March 31- Activity in China's manufacturing sector expanded at a faster pace than expected in March, adding to evidence that the world's second-largest economy is gaining momentum early in the year, an official survey showed on Friday. The official Purchasing Managers' Index rose to 51.8 in March, compared with the previous month's 51.6.

  • *Asia ex- Japan set for 13 pct quarterly gain; Nikkei for 0.3 pct. *Oil continues climb after Kuwait agrees to extend OPEC cuts. Stock markets in Asia were off a bit despite solid gains on Wall Street as investors awaited China's official manufacturing purchasing managers index data for March.

  • *China official PMI seen unchanged at 51.6 in March. *Data due on March 31 at 0100 GMT. BEIJING, March 29- Activity in China's vast manufacturing sector likely grew for an eighth straight month in March as a surprise rebound in the property market added to a construction boom, boosting sales of building materials from steel to cement, a Reuters poll showed.

  • Selling picked up marginally after the Institute for Supply Management's non-manufacturing purchasing managers' index hit its highest level since October 2015, and comments from regional Fed presidents Charles Evans and Jeffrey Lacker that suggested a March rate hike was being strongly considered. Three more members of the U.S. central bank will give...

  • LONDON, March 3- Sterling fell to a seven-week low on Friday, as a survey showed growth in Britain's dominant services sector cooling and British Prime Minister Theresa May played down talk of a fresh Scottish independence vote as the UK prepares to leave the EU. In a speech to her Conservative Party's Scottish conference in Glasgow, May questioned the Scottish...

  • LONDON, March 3- Sterling edged lower against the dollar on Friday, trading just off a 6- week low ahead of an industry survey expected to confirm a slowing in Britain's dominant services sector ahead of the launch of European Union exit talks this month. Sterling has fallen sharply this week, breaking through support around $1.24 and then $1.23 as data suggested...

  • *UK construction growth improves, driven by civil engineering. LONDON, March 2- Growth across Britain's construction industry picked up slightly in February, driven by the civil engineering sector, though a slowdown in new orders and soaring costs added to mixed signals for the economy, a survey showed on Thursday. Adding to the uncertain outlook, Travis Perkins,...

  • *Growth in new export orders highest since April 2011. While the upturn in euro zone factory activity was not shared by all major economies, particularly France, prices rose faster across most countries in the region. The IHS Markit euro zone manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index rose to 55.4 in February-- the highest reading since April 2011-- from 55.2 in...

  • BUDAPEST, March 1- Central European currencies and stocks surged and government bonds eased on Wednesday after Czech, Hungarian and Polish manufacturing indices showed robust economic growth. Hungary's Purchasing Managers' Index jumped to a record-high of 59.5 in February from 57 in January, far above the 50 line that separates economic growth from...

  • *China manufacturing PMI hits 3- mth high, beats expectations. MELBOURNE, March 1- London copper climbed on Wednesday to its highest in nearly one week, supported by an upturn in manufacturing growth in top metals user China and concerns about a shortage of mine supply. "This confirms that China's economic fundamentals are gaining momentum bodes well for China's...

  • *China manufacturing PMI hits 3- mth high, beats expectations. MELBOURNE, March 1- London copper was marking time on Wednesday during a key speech by U.S. President Donald Trump, with prices supported by an upturn in manufacturing growth in top metals user China.

  • BEIJING, March 1- Activity in China's manufacturing sector expanded faster than expected in February, an official survey showed on Wednesday. The official Purchasing Managers' Index rose to a three-month high of 51.6 in February, compared with the previous month's 51.3, and above the 50- point mark that separates growth from contraction on a monthly basis.

  • BEIJING, March 1- Growth in China's services sector slowed slightly in February compared with the previous month but remained robust, an official survey showed on Wednesday.

  • *China official PMI seen slipping to 51.1 in Feb. *Data due on March 1 at 0100 GMT. BEIJING, Feb 27- Activity in China's manufacturing sector likely grew modestly for the seventh month in a row in February as resources prices extended a rapid rally and on signs of improving global demand for Chinese exports, a Reuters poll showed.

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