The report’s key metric, the PMI, came at 47.1 (a reading of 50 or higher indicates growth), marking a slight 0.8% gain over March’s 46.3, while contracting, at a slower rate, for the sixth consecutive month. The past six months of contraction, through April, were preceded by a stretch of 29 consecutive months of growth.

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