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JPMorgan Global PMI: Global Report on Manufacturing - May 2, 2007

Global Manufacturing Sector Showed Signs of Improved Strength in April, as Growth of Output, New Orders and Employment Accelerated.

The global manufacturing sector started Q2 2007 on a brighter note compared to its performance during the first quarter, as April PMI data pointed to sharper rates of expansion for output, new orders and employment.

At 54.1 in April, the JPMorgan Global Manufacturing PMI — a headline composite indicator designed to provide a measure of overall economic conditions in the manufacturing sector — rose to its highest level for seven months. The PMI has now remained above the 50.0 no-change mark for forty-six successive months.

JPMorgan Global PMI: Global Report on Manufacturing - May 2, 2007 - 35KB - (PDF)

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