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Kansas City Fed Survey: Composite Unchanged in November

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] The latest index came in at -3, unchanged from last month, which indicates that activity was down and in contraction territory in November. The future outlook increased to 15 from 2 last month. Here is a snapshot of the complete Kansas City Fed Manufacturing Survey.

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Kansas City Fed Survey: Composite Unchanged in November

The latest index came in at -3, unchanged from last month, which indicates that activity was down and in contraction territory in November. The future outlook increased to 15 from 2 last month. Here is a snapshot of the complete Kansas City Fed Manufacturing Survey.

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