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American factory activity speeds down

A gauge of American factory activity rebounded from a more than 14-year maximum in September because surge in fresh orders decelerated, although supply bottlenecks eased, dropping a hint at a stable tempo of expansion in US manufacturing…

American retail sales speed down

In August, American retail sales demonstrated their smallest revenue for six months due to the fact that customers cut back on buying cars and clothing, although upward revisions to July data kept intact hopes for firm economic surge in the third quarter…

American consumer prices tack on slowly

In August, American consumer prices rallied less than anticipated because leaps in gasoline as well as rents were compensated by dives in healthcare and also apparel costs, while underlying inflation pressures decelerated too…

American factory orders go down in July

In July, new orders for American products declined a bit more than anticipated, suppressed by dismal demand for aircraft, although indications of a pickup in business spending hinted that the manufacturing sector was still firm…

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