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  • Growth and input-price inflation in the euro zone's manufacturing sector both posted the sharpest slowdown for 2½ years in May.

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  • LONDON—Growth and input-price inflation in the euro zone's manufacturing sector both posted the sharpest slowdown for two and a half years in May, the final results of a monthly survey by financial-information firm Markit showed Wednesday.

    Euro-Zone Manufacturing Growth Slows

  • As well as a slower pace of growth in new orders, the survey showed that input-price pressures grew as services providers were unable to fully pass on their rising costs through prices charged.

    U.K. Services PMI Rises

  • The survey showed input-price pressures were elevated, albeit slightly less so than in July, but competitive pressures and the need to offer discounts to support growth meant output charges were only marginally higher in August.

    U.K. Services Sector Slows Sharply

  • The reduction, which reflects a 5.9% fall in crude-oil prices, pulled the annual rate of input-price inflation down to 16.2%, its lowest since March this year.

    U.K. Producers' Costs Fall

  • The specter of rising commodity prices hasn't factored prominently in corporate outlooks, providing further solace to investors concerned about input-price pressures and profit margins.

    Dow Rises 187 Points as Profits Look Rosy

  • Markit Economics said last week the purchasing managers' index for manufacturers showed input-price inflation easing at a pace not seen since November 2008.

    Euro-Zone Producer Inflation Eases

  • Price pressures also weakened, with input-price inflation easing to a 19-month low and output inflation slowing to the weakest since November.

    Services Boost French Private Sector

  • It also flagged signs of heightened price pressures, noting that input-price inflation rose at the fastest pace in 14 months.

    Asian Manufacturing Expands; Inflation Pressures Rise

  • The input-price subindex of China's official PMI, a leading indicator of the country's inflation, rose to 69.3 from 66.7.

    Asian Manufacturing Expands; Inflation Pressures Rise

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