UK Manufacturing Growth Slows In September

Manufacturing PMI slows

Malaysia's manufacturing PMI back into contraction in September

The Philippines' manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) for the month of September has slightly improved from August figure, but growth remains subdued.

By contrast, euro zone factories had their best month since early 2011.

Aashna Dodhia, Economist at IHS Markit said: "Manufacturing conditions across Indonesia sustained its tepid recovery from July's deterioration (strongest in 12 months) at the end of the third quarter".

Britain's economy initially withstood the shock of the June 2016 vote to leave the European Union.

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The survey mentioned that the increasing costs of raw materials affected the production plans of firms.

Analysts said Monday's survey - which showed a resurgence of price pressures - would do little to alter this judgement.

A reading above 50 indicates economic expansion, while a reading below 50 points toward contraction.

PMI is an indicator of manufacturing sector's health based on sub-components such as new orders, output, employment, suppliers' delivery times, and stocks and purchases.

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"The weak peso continued to pose a problem for manufacturers", Mr. Planned overseas expansion is contributing to a positive outlook for the sector, as manufacturers look to increase their global client bases, expand into new territories and invest in new products and greater efficiency, both at home and abroad. Aw added, referring to the peso's persistent weakness against the greenback.

Increases in input costs were passed on to clients, leading to the steepest increase in output charges for four months.

IHS Markit director Rob Dobson said rising cost pressures are likely to impact company profit and could disrupt production in the short term. Both input and output costs are rising at a greater rate ad this has again increased vendor lead times to the longest for nearly six and a half years.

Guian Angelo S. Dumalagan, Land Bank of the Philippines market economist, noted that "o$3 ne thing surprising about the report though is that exports provided minimal boost to the overall manufacturing sector, despite depreciation of the peso and the general improvement in economic conditions overseas".

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However, business optimism remains up and encouraged companies to step up purchasing activity in view of future higher sales.

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