The UK manufacturing activity growth reduced more than expected in December, data published by IHS Markit showed Tuesday.
The IHS Markit/Chartered Institute of Procurement & & Supply Buying Supervisors’ Index was up to 56.3 in December from November’s 51-month high of 58.2. Ball game was listed below expectations of 57.7.
The heading PMI has now remained above the 50.0 no-change mark for 17 successive months.
“The manufacturing sector’s efficiency is motivating, showcasing a resistant response to the ebbs and flow of the year’s unpredictability with a sparkling end to a strong duration of growth,” Duncan Brock, director of customer relationships at the CIPS, said.
Manufacturing output and brand-new orders have both broadened throughout the previous 17 months. Companies raised work in action to exceptional organisation.
The rate of increase in input costs alleviated to a four-month low in December, however stayed marked overall. Part of the increase in purchase prices was passed on in the form of greater output charges in December.
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