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LONDON/HONG KONG (Reuters) – Factory activity remained weak around the world last month, reinforcing worries of a global slowdown as forward-looking indicators pointed to gloomy times ahead, surveys showed on Monday park avenue cufflinks and tie pin. Euro zone manufacturers had their weakest month for almost six years in March. While China showed a slight, surprising recovery last month, growth in new domestic and export orders was marginal, in a sign that stimulus already injected into Asia’s growth engine may not be enough..

Factory activity in Germany, France, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, and Taiwan shrank further, adding to expectations of a dovish turn from central bankers. Britain was an anomaly, with manufacturing growth at an unexpected 13-month high, but that was driven by factories stockpiling for Brexit at an explosive rate, unlike anything seen before in a major rich economy. “The jump in the UK manufacturing PMI in March largely reflects producers rushing to complete work before the Brexit deadline, rather than a strengthening of underlying demand,” said Samuel Tombs at Pantheon Macroeconomics park avenue cufflinks and tie pin.

Figures from Germany and France, the euro zone’s two biggest economies, showed manufacturing activity contracted, as it did in Italy. Growth returned in Spain after a brief dip in February but activity was still stagnating. So IHS Markit’s March final manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) for the euro zone declined for an eighth month, coming in at 47.5 from February’s 49.3, its lowest reading since April 2013 park avenue cufflinks and tie pin. “The fall in the manufacturing PMI .. shows that the industrial recession is still deepening,” said Holger Schmieding at Berenberg..

Casting a shadow over the bloc’s outlook, new orders fell at their fastest rate in over six years, backlogs of work were run down at their fastest pace since late 2012 and factories curtailed purchases of raw materials as they stockpiled unsold products. The weak global environment is feeding back into the U.S. economy, prompting the Federal Reserve to abruptly end its policy tightening last month and causing the Treasury yield curve to briefly invert last week – a potential signal of a looming recession park avenue cufflinks and tie pin.

A pause from the Fed has changed the game for many central banks and investors are betting on a growing list of potential rate cutters park avenue cufflinks and tie pin. Last month, the European Central Bank changed its outlook. It pushed back the timing of an interest rate rise until 2020 at the earliest and said it would offer banks a new round of cheap loans to help revive the economy. “The big picture is that with the economy performing poorly, pressure is soon likely to build on the ECB to increase its policy support,” said Jack Allen at Capital Economics..