U.S. Industrial Output Declines 0.6% in January
“It looks like Fed officials were smart to stop their gradual rate hikes as the economy seems to have entered a soft patch,” an economist says.
Industrial Production Ticks Up In June
The positive industrial numbers support the notion that the U.S. economy grew at a robust pace in the April-to-June period.
U.S. Industrial Output Rises 0.7% in April
"The outlook for the U.S. manufacturing sector is still bright, in part because rising oil prices will lead to more U.S. production."
Industrial Output Rises for 3rd Straight Month
Production grew 1.0% in April, the biggest gain in more than three years and a sign of underlying economic strength.
Industrial Production Falls 0.4% in November
The larger-than-expected decline, which followed a 0.1% gain in October, suggests the sector "is still just treading water."
Industrial Production Rises 0.1% in September
The manufacturing sector helped output rebound from August's decline and economists expect modest growth to continue.
Industrial Production Remains ‘Tepid’ in May
Output fell a larger-than-expected 0.4% last month despite the dollar's rally fizzling out and a rise in oil prices.
GE Backs Saudi Efforts to Diversify Economy
The company is investing at least $1.4 billion in industrial projects as part of Saudi Arabia's plan to reduce its dependence on oil.
Industrial Production Rises On Higher Utility Demand
Demand for electricity and natural gas returned to a more normal level, and manufacturing output rose 0.3%.
U.S. Industrial Output Drops 0.6% in March
The larger-than-expected decline in production is more evidence that economic growth has cooled since the start of the year.
U.S. Industrial Output Falls 0.5% in February
The larger-than-expected decline reflects sharp drops in the mining and utilities sector that outweighed an increase in manufacturing.