According to the IHS Markit survey, in November, the UK manufacturing activity index was 53.1 points, an increase of 51.1 points compared to the October minimum for 27 months. The growth rates of the manufacturing sector in Britain were in November the fastest in 2 months and exceeded the rise to 51.7 points expected by economists. As the head of IHS Markit, Rob Dobson, said, there was a risk of reduced production in the last quarter of this year, since it was not expected that manufacturing production would be able to contribute to the growth of British GDP.
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