Output fell in October by 1.3 per cent, the biggest decline since a 3.6 per cent slump in September 2012
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The latest Purchasing Managers’ Index showed a reading of 53.4 for last month while City of London analysts had expected it to strengthen to 54.5
Manufacturers are gearing up for a “fourth industrial revolution” but warn that the country could be left behind because of the pace of change, a report shows.
Purchase price inflation was the highest since 2010 and the fourth-highest reading since the survey began in 1992
Stock futures rise Tuesday after solid manufacturing data from China eases concerns over the world's second-largest economy.
ONS figures show George Oborne's attempt to create a 'march of the makers' failed to halt the decline of engineering and heavy industry
The total order book balance was -17 in the month according to the CBI's latest survey, down from -5 in September
The Purchasing Managers’ Index jumped to 53.3, helped by the slump in sterling in wake of referendum vote
The reading of the Markit/CIPS manufacturing PMI implies the fastest rate of contraction in activity since February 2013
Government stimulus continues to bolster the nation’s manufacturing sector
He has benefited from cheap labour at home and cheap manufacturing abroad
Domestic and export activity were equally lacklustre
The ONS said the largest decrease in manufacturing output in November was pharmaceuticals, which declined by 4.9 per cent
Core inflation rose 1.3% in December- beating expectations- matched by rising factory output
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