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US Manufacturing PMI (ISM) (September)

Actual : 55.4Forecast : 56.4Previous : 56.4 Component : New order dropped significantly.Production fell slightly.Employment almost stable.

US Manufacturing PMI (IHS Markit) (September)

Actual : 53.2Forecast : 53.5Previous : 53.5 Component : New order rose solidly.On the price front, cost burdens rose sharply once again, with selling prices increasing at the fastest rate since January 2019.

Canada Manufacturing PMI (IHS Markit) (September)

Actual : 56.0Previous : 55.1 Component : Output rose at the fastest pace in over two years.New orders advanced for the third straight month and at the quickest rate since June 2018.The job creation rate increased at a solid pace.On the price front, input prices rose boosted by supplier surcharges and higher cost of raw material costs, and output charges advanced on the back of higher charges as they sought to protect profit margins.

Eurozone Producer Prices Index M/M (August)

Actual : 0.1%Forecast : 0.1%Previous : 0.7%

Eurozone Unemployment Rate (August)

Actual : 8.1%Forecast : 8.1%Previous : 8.0%

UK Manufacturing PMI (IHS Markit/CIPS) (September)

Actual : 54.1Forecast : 54.3Previous : 54.3 Component : Output increased for the 4th month in a row.Job losses were registered for the eighth straight month, although the rate of reduction eased to its lowest since February.On the price front, input cost inflation accelerated to a 21-month high, leading manufacturers to raise selling prices.

Eurozone Manufacturing PMI (IHS Markit) (September)

Actual : 53.7Forecast : 53.7Previous : 53.7 Component : Output growth accelerated to its highest in over 2-1/2 years.New orders rose at the fastest pace since February 2018.The job shedding rate slowed to a seven-month low while backlogs of work increased.On the price front, input prices were marginally higher overall, while output charges dropped for a fifteenth successive month.

German Manufacturing PMI (IHS Markit) (September)

Actual : 56.4Forecast : 56.6Previous : 56.6 Component : New order growth was among the strongest recorded since data collection began in 1996.Output increased the most in more than 2-1/2 years.The rate of job shedding eased for the second month in a row.On the price front, both input costs and output charges fell.

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