Industrial production

U.S. industrial production fell more than expected in March as output declined broadly, the latest indication that economic growth braked sharply in the first quarter.

U.S. industrial production rose in January after three straight months of declines, buoyed by a strong utilities index and growing manufacturing sector.

U.S. industrial production saw its sharpest decline in more than three and a half years in November as utilities dropped sharply, a sign of weakness that could moderate fourth-quarter growth.

Industrial production recorded its biggest drop in more than two-and-a-half years in March, weighed down by a decline in

Industrial production rose 0.2 percent in June, capping the strongest quarter in almost four years.
Industrial production and capacity utilization numbers show economy improving.
Industrial production climbed in November by the most in a year, a sign manufacturing is bolstering the world’s biggest economy.
Business activity in the U.S. expanded more than forecast in September, reaching a four-month high and adding to signs of a rebound in manufacturing that will help underpin the world’s biggest economy.
Orders for U.S. equipment such as computers and machinery climbed less than forecast in August, indicating a strengthening in business spending will take time to develop.
Industrial production rose in August by the most in six months, indicating U.S. manufacturing will contribute more to the expansion.