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PMI Continues to Rebound

Mexico's July purchasing managers index for the manufacturing sector rose to a seasonally-adjusted 52.7, up from 52.5 in June and a revised 52.4 in May.  The PMI has now risen for three straight months, leaving it at its highest level since January.

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PMI Shows Continued Rebound in Manufacturing

Mexico's June purchasing managers index (PMI) for the manufacturing sector rose to a seasonally-adjusted 52.5, up from the revised readings of 52.3 in May and 52.1 in April.  The report shows Mexican factory activity is growing broadly again after a modest soft spot during the spring.

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PMI Rebounds Partially in May

In a report released earlier this month, Mexico's May purchasing managers index (PMI) for the manufacturing sector rose to a seasonally-adjusted 52.4, compared with unrevised readings of 52.1 in April and 52.3 in March.

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PMI Falls Further

Mexico's April purchasing managers index (PMI) for the manufacturing sector fell to a seasonally-adjusted 52.1, compared with revised readings of 52.3 in March, 52.6 in February, and 53.0 in January.  Mexico's factory sector continues to grow, but it is clear that the economy has entered a temporary soft spot.

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PMI Falls Again in March

Mexico's March purchasing managers index (PMI) for the manufacturing sector declined to a seasonally-adjusted 52.2, down from a revised 52.6 in February and an unrevised 53.1 in January.

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February PMI Falls Modestly

Mexico's February purchasing managers index (PMI) for the manufacturing sector fell back to a seasonally-adjusted 52.8, after surging to 53.1 in January.  Nevertheless, Mexican manufacturing looks set to continue growing broadly in the coming months.

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