Analysts at TD Securities are expecting the mild decline in the US non-manufacturing index, largely reflecting the recent moderation in consumer spending.
“Following the surprise to the downside in the manufacturing survey, we look for a modest decline in the non-manufacturing index to a still firm 54.5 in November following last month's 2pt gain to 54.7.”
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