(AOF) – The French private sector saw an acceleration in the growth of its overall activity in November, according to a preliminary estimate by the IHS Markit research firm. Thus, the Composite Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) stood at 56.3 against a consensus of 53.4 and after 54.7 in October. For its part, the PMI in services reached 58.2 against a consensus of 55.5 and after 56.6 in October. Finally, the manufacturing PMI reached 54.6 against a consensus of 52.8 and after 53.6 in October.
“After a phase of slowdown in recent months, the increase in activity in the French private sector (…) accelerated in November,” notes Joe Hayes, Senior Economist at IHS Markit.
“This acceleration in overall growth was, however, based exclusively on the good performance of the services sector, with manufacturing output falling for a second consecutive month in November, hampered by the continued shortages of components, the lengthening of lead times. delivery and the unfavorable environment on demand, “added the expert.
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