Data Round-Up: Trade & Vehicle Sales Add to Upside Surprises

posted by Michael Lewis on June 03, 2015

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Trade and vehicle sales added to this week’s upside surprises, while the NMI was a mild disappointment.


FMI’s analyses of today’s April International Trade report and May Non-Manufacturing Index survey as well as a review of May Vehicle Sales. 

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