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US Logistics Gauge Shows Economy Downshifting Into Second Half

  • Logistics Managers’ Index fell a third month from March peak
  • Transport measures are falling fast as demand softens

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An indicator of US supply-chain pressure fell to the lowest level in two years, as a sharp drop in transportation costs underscores the slowdown in the nation’s economy heading into the second half of year.