Chinese factory activity fell the most since April;  Asia-Pacific markets are predominantly high

Chinese factory activity fell the most since April; Asia-Pacific markets are predominantly high

Chinese factory activity beats expectations and contracts for second straight month China’s official manufacturing purchasing managers’ index for November came in at 48, below the 50-point mark that separates growth from contraction. That’s below analysts’ expectations polled by Reuters, who had forecast a reading of 49. October’s PMI was 49.2. PMI readings are sequential and …

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