The UK construction sector continued to contract in November, albeit at a slower pace, as new work weakened amid domestic political uncertainty, but the overall pace of decline slowed from October, survey data showed Tuesday. The construction Purchasing Managers’ Index rose more-than-expected to 45.3 in November from 44.2 in October.
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