In better economic news, November's Purchasing Managers' Index hit its highest mark in 10 months, registering 54.7 compared to October's 51.8. The Institute for Supply Management also announced an increase in economic activity for last month, showing a 0.9 point increase in November to 57.3 over the previous month's reading. The report notes that this is the highest reading since April 2012, and represents sixth months in a row of economic expansion.
Construction spending also edged up in October, rising 0.8% to $908.4 billion over September's $901.2 billion.
don't anyone tell the deadbeats like don cassel and Tyco loser (insider)...they are constantly complaining about the economy.....hey losers....don't blame others for your lousy lot in life....it is your fault!