The report’s key metric, the PMI fell 0.9%, to 46 (a reading of 50 or higher indicates growth). The past eight months of contraction, through June, were preceded by a stretch of 29 consecutive months of growth. ISM also said that the overall economy contracted, at a faster rate, in May, for the eighth consecutive month, which was preceded by 30 consecutive months of growth.

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