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Aug. Empire State index drops to negative figure

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The Empire State manufacturing index dropped sharply to negative 5.9 in August, the first time activity has contracted in nine months, the New York Federal Reserve Bank said Wednesday
Economists polled by MarketWatch expected a small decline to 6.0 in August
The index has fallen sharply in the summer after reaching 17.1 in May
The key new orders sub-index stayed weak, falling to negative 5.5 in August from negative 2.7 in July
Unfilled orders, another forward-looking component, rose slightly to negative 10.6 in August from negative 13.6 in July

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WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) -- Foreign investors bought a net $5.5 billion of long-term U.S. securities in June, down from the $50.9 billion purchased in the prior month, Treasury Department data released Wednesday showed.

In the key Treasury sector, overseas investors were net buyers of $32.5 billion in June, down from net purchases of $45.9 billion in May.

They were net sellers of $600 million of government agency bonds in June compared with purchases of $12.4 billion in May.

International investors were net sellers of corporate bonds in June.
They purchased a net $4.3 billion of U.S. equities in the month.

Taking into account purchases by U.S. residents and overseas investors, the net foreign purchases of long-term securities was $9.3 billion in June, down sharply from $55.9 billion in May.

According to the data, China-based investors slightly increased their holdings of U.S. Treasurys in June.