NEW YORK, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Economists expect Monday's Institute of Supply Management survey to show a pullback to 52.4 in February from January's 53.9, showing the manufacturing sector continues to expand, albeit sluggishly. Weak reports from the Philadelphia Federal Reserve and New York purchasing managers had stirred talk the ISM index could also fall sharply. But much of the fear faded Friday when the Chicago PMI came in above expectations. The Chicago business barometer slipped to ...
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