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Analysts at TD Securities suggest that a slew of data in the US includes ISM, productivity, jobless claims and vehicle sales and will be key economic releases for today’s session.

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“We look for ISM manufacturing to slip about a point to 58.8 (consensus: 59.0), though tariffs, trade tensions and market volatility skew risks to the downside.”

“Productivity is expected by the market to rise 1.8% q/q, while we see upside risk for 2.3%. In y/y terms that would leave growth stable at 1.3%.”

“Claims are expected to be little changed at 213k vs 215k. Later, vehicle sales for October are expected to slide a touch to 17.0m units.”