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LONDON Miehet Adidas Originals NMD XR1 musta Harmaa , May 2 (Xinhua) -- The UK economy got a surprise boost with unexpectedly good manufacturing figures for April, which experts attributed to strong domestic demand and rising exports.

The Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) for last month exceeded expectations, jumping from 54.2 to 57.3 when the consensus forecast had been 54 (a score above 50 represents growth).

The survey was "overwhelmingly upbeat," said Ruth Gregory, a UK economist at the London-based economic data analysis firm Capital Economics, and was a marked improvement on the 2016 average of 52.3.

The survey's output balance is in line with a doubling of the growth rate in the manufacturing sector in the current quarter from the 0.5 percent growth seen in the first quarter of this year.

"The ratio of new orders to finished goods -- which is a fairly good predictor of future movements in the output balance -- picked up sharply too," said Gregory.

"Meanwhile, after falling back in recent months, the export orders balance rose once more, from 52.8 to 55.7 in April. As such, this provides us with some encouragement that an improvement in export volumes will now come through and that exporters have not just been using the drop in the pound to bolster their margins instead."

Weak sterling will have an impact on manufacturers who pay for their raw materials in dollars. But it also makes UK products more competitive on the international market, and the increasing cost of imports because of the fall of the pound means the domestic market is also benefiting.

Gregory noted that cost pressures remained strong in the survey, from 61.7 in March to 61.8 in April.

Howard Archer, chief UK and European economist at IHS Markit in London, said the figures were "a serious upward surprise."

The manufacturing sector has recently been showing the most life in the UK economy, helped by a competitive pound and decent global growth, said Archer.

The positive figures were a major boost in the slowing gross domestic product (GDP) figures for UK growth in the first quarter of 0.3 percent, said Archer, with the manufacturing sector showing 0.5 percent growth in the last quarter, outperforming the normally-resilient services sector's 0.3 percent growth.

"The April manufacturing PMI not only showed marked improvement in output, but a sharp pick-up in domestic orders led by the investment and intermediate goods sectors. Additionally, export orders were robust," said Archer.

Manufacturers pointed to stronger external demand for UK goods as a stimulus.

Lee Hopley, chief economist at the manufacturing organization EEF, said: "Against all expectations nine months ago, UK manufacturing appears to be in rude health, having navigated significant exchange rate swings and rising input costs, companies are capitalizing on the upswing in the world economy and pressing ahead with some new investments." (1 British pound = 1.29 U.S. dollars)

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BEIJING, Nov. 1 (Xinhua) -- China succeeded Saturday in the world's first mission to the Moon and back in some 40 years, becoming the third nation to do so after the former Soviet Union and the United States. The test lunar orbiter, nicknamed "Xiaofei" on Chinese social networks, landed in Siziwang Banner of China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region early Saturday morning. Search teams have already recovered the orbiter at the designated landing area, about 500 kilometers away from Beijing. The last documented mission of this kind was by the Soviet Union in the 1970s. Launched Friday last week, the orbiter traversed 840,000 kilometers on its eight-day mission that saw it round the far side of the Moon and take some incredible pictures of Earth and Moon together. The re-entry process began at around 6:13 a.m. Saturday morning, with the orbiter approaching Earth at a velocity of about 11.2 kilometers per second. The high speed led to hefty friction between the orbiter and air and high temperatures on the craft's exterior, generating an ion sheath that cut off contact between ground command and the orbiter. To help it slow down, the craft is designed to "bounce" off the edge of the atmosphere, before re-entering again. The process has been compared to a stone skipping across water, and can shorten the "braking distance" for the orbiter, according to Zhou Jianliang, chief engineer with the Beijing Aerospace Command and Control Center. "Really, this is like braking a car," said Zhou, "The faster you drive, the longer the distance you need to bring the car to a complete stop." The "bounce" was one of the biggest challenges of the mission, because the craft must enter the atmosphere at a very precise angle. An error of 0.2 degrees would have rendered the mission a failure. Wu Yanhua, vice director of China's State Administration of Science, Technology and Industry for National Defense, said the successful test mission has gathered a lot of experimental data and laid a solid foundation for future missions.` PAVING WAY FOR NEW PROBE The eight-day program is a test run for the final chapter of China's three-step--orbiting, landing and finally returning--lunar program. "Xiaofei" is obtaining data and validating re-entry technology such as the heat shield and trajectory design for a future landing on the moon by Chang'e-5. Earlier reports said Chang'e-5 will be launched around 2017. The goal is to collect samples from the Moon. Wholesale Soccer Jerseys China Wholesale Adidas NHL Jerseys Wholesale Football Jerseys Wholesale NCAA Jerseys Free Shipping Wholesale NBA Basketball Jerseys Wholesale Baseball Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Authentic Soccer Jerseys Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap Authentic NBA Jerseys
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