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USUS November Industrial Production

Better performance from industry during November, IP and manufacturing production both rising 1.1% mom.  Partly this was due to one-offs, following disruptions from the GM strike, which flattered November’s bounce.  There are still a couple of sectors that look weak, notably chemicals and machinery, the latter in particular important given this is basically the capital goods part of activity.

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