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Selasa, 06 September 2011

Eurozone Private Sector Growth At 2-Year Low - RTT News

Private sector growth in euro area eased to its lowest level in two years in August on the back of weak demand as the region's recovery almost ground to a halt, survey results from Markit Economics showed Monday.

The final Composite Output Index for the 17-nation euro currency bloc fell to 50.7 from 51.1 in July. However, a reading above 50 suggests expansion in the sector. The latest score was below the flash estimate of 51.1.

The Purchasing Managers' Index for services dropped to 51.5, unchanged from the flash reading. It was down from 51.6 in July. This was the second-lowest reading since recovery began in September 2009. The slowdown in activity growth at Eurozone service providers mainly reflects weaker gains in new business.

The fifth successive slowdown in the rate of expansion in the Eurozone's key services sector during August, coupled with a further weakening of new business growth, reinforces concern that Eurozone growth is in serious danger of grinding to a halt, IHS Global Insight Chief Economist Howard Archer said.

Business volumes across the private sector decreased in August, for the first time in two years. Manufacturing new orders declined at the fastest pace since June 2009, while service providers saw the weakest increase in new work since November 2009. Read More ...

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