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US: ISM Manufacturing PMI beats consensus, up to 53.1 in January
Fri, Feb 01 2013, 15:03 GMT
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FXstreet.com (Barcelona) - The ISM manufacturing PMI rose from 50.7 to 53.1 in January, instead of easing to 50.6 as expected. ISM prices paid rose from 55.5 to 56.5, higher than 56.0 consensus.
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