The ISM Manufacturing PMI was expected to tick down from 54.8 to 54.5 points. This is the last hint before tomorrow’s all-important Non-Farm Payrolls report, which is set to seal the fate of the Fed’s June decision. The early release of the NFP means that the ISM Non-Manufacturing PMI is released only on Monday, after the fact. So, the manufacturing PMI is of higher importance.
US construction spending was expected to rise by 0.5% after a drop of 0.2% beforehand.
The US dollar was sliding ahead of the publication after gaining ground earlier in the day.
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