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WTF Chart Of The Day - Chicago PMI Spikes To 3 Year High, Beats By 7 Standard Deviations

Even as the rest of the 'soft' survey data catches down to 'hard' data's ugly reality... Someone or something in Chicago is exuberantly celebrating Trumpmania as the city collapses under a hail of bullets. Beating expectations by 7 standard deviations, June PMI spike to 65.7 - the highest since May 2014. This is the fifth consecutive increase in busines confidence with new orders at their highest since May 2014 and order backlogs spiking to their highest since July 1994.
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