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jueves, 22 de marzo de 2012

HSBC flash China March PMI tumbles to 48.1

HONG KONG (MarketWatch) 
China manufacturing activity fell sharply in March as the rate of booking new orders fell to a four-month low at factories, leading to weaker generation of jobs, according to an initial reading of findings in an HSBC survey released Thursday
The so-called "flash" manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index for March printed at 48.1, down from a final reading of 49.6 in February, HSBC said
"Weakening domestic demand continued to weigh on growth, as indicated by a slowdown in new orders, which came in at a four-month low," said Hongbin Qu, chief economist for China at HSBC.
"More worryingly, employment recorded a new low since March 2009, suggesting slowing manufacturing production was hindering enterprises' hiring desire."
 The data call for further easing steps from Beijing, Qu said
 The flash PMI is based on 85% to 90% of the total responses during a given month, and is an early indicator of business conditions facing Chinese manufacturers

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El Genio dijo...

Actividad manufacturera china se reduce por quinto mes

La actividad manufacturera en China se redujo en marzo por quinto mes consecutivo, con una tasa general de contracción más profunda y los nuevos pedidos hundiéndose a un mínimo de cuatro meses, mostró el jueves una encuesta privada. El sondeo anticipado a gerentes de compra (PMI, por su sigla en inglés) de HSBC, el indicador más temprano de la actividad industrial en China, cayó a 48,1 desde el máximo en cuatro meses que tocó en febrero, de 49,6.