Service industries in the U.S. grew at a slower pace than forecast in February as employment slumped by the most in more than five years, showing frigid temperatures have caused the economy to struggle.
Following is the text of U.S. non-manufacturing conditions from the Institute for Supply Management.
Services, the biggest chunk of the U.S. economy, picked up in April as gains in orders and sales signaled even faster growth ahead.
Following is the text of U.S. non- manufacturing conditions from the Institute for Supply Management.
Service industries picked up in March as the biggest part of the U.S. economy began to recover from the unusually harsh winter weather, showing growth will speed up in the second quarter.
"Conditions are definitely improving."
- Anthony Nieves on Aug 05, 2014
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