By Jonathan Cable LONDON (Reuters) – Factory output in China, the world's second largest economy, weakened to a nine-month low in June, combining with a continued recession in the euro zone to threaten a global recovery led by the United States. A day after the Federal Reserve suggested the U.S. economy was firmly on a recovery path – enough so to withdraw some monetary stimulus – data showed China's economy was stuttering. Faltering demand pushed the flash China HSBC Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) down to 48.3 in June from 49. …
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