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Analysts at TD Securities note that the UK’s November Manufacturing PMI rebounded from its weak October print to 53.1 (mkt: 51.7).

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“The main gain was new orders, which rose back into expansionary territory (53.4) after contracting in October. On the downside, new export orders fell for the second time in a row, with Brexit cited as one reason for lower foreign demand. As a result domestic demand was the key driver in today’s report, which leaves the index still a little bit below its levels from earlier this year.”