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Capex blues

28 July 2014 By Martin Hutchinson

Profits are at record levels, yet capital outlays are only middling as a fraction of GDP. Even that’s an improvement. Capacity isn’t yet stretched, so a surge in investment is unlikely. Besides, bosses know that, right or wrong, stock buybacks and mergers impress investors more.

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