Analysts at TD Securities note that New Zealand's manufacturing PMI increased to 53 from last month's 52.
“Despite being a strong expansionary print, it is important to note that this month's increase was largely driven by a jump in the deliveries of raw materials. Deliveries was the only sub-index out of 5 that increased as a result.”
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