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Chicago PMI rises more than expected

Business activity in Chicago accelerated in September after a slowdown in August, according to the Institute of Supply Management and MNI Indicators. They reported their purchasing manager's index at 54.2, up from 51.5 in August, and more than analysts' forecast for 52, according to Bloomberg. A reading above 50 indicates that business activity is still in expansionary territory.
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