Money industry slows down a bit - growth in the distant future

13:05  01 june  2020
13:05  01 june  2020 Source:   gala.de

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Berlin, Jun 01 (Reuters) - German industry slowed down its corona-related crash thanks to the opening of many factories in May. The purchasing manager index climbed from 34.5 in the previous month to 36.6 points. This was announced by the IHS Markit Institute on Monday, citing its survey of hundreds of companies. However, the barometer only signals growth from 50.

The industry in the euro zone is still a long way from this. The corresponding purchasing manager index for the currency union rose from 33.4 to 39.4 points in May. (Reporter: Rene Wagner, Holger Hansen edited by Sabine Ehrhardt If you have any questions, please contact the editorial team on telephone numbers 069-7565 1236 or 030-2888 5168.)

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