The Fed's Industrial Production and Capacity Utilization report shows a 1.1 percent gain, well over the Econoday consensus of 0.4 percent.

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Another One-Month Wonder?

Surges have typically been one-month wonders. Is this another one?

Mike "Mish" Shedlock

Industrial Production Jumps: Another Hurricane Effect?

Industrial production rose 0.9% in October after a revised 0.4% in September. In reference to the discrepancy between industrial production and the regional Fed manufacturing reports, Econoday says "The last piece has fallen into place." What's the real story?

Industrial Production +0.5 Percent but Manufacturing Weak at +0.1 Percent

Industrial production beat the consensus (ignoring revisions), but manufacturing was weak once again.

Industrial Production Dives and It's Not All Strike Related

Industrial production was down 0.8% in October with Manufacturing down 0.6%. Motor vehicles were down a whopping 7.1%.

Industrial Production Unexpectedly Weak: Manufacturing Declines 0.4 Percent

Without a cold February and a resultant surge in utilities, industrial production would have been negative.

Industrial Production Jumps on Utilities (Cold Weather) and Mining

Industrial production rose a seemingly solid 0.9 percent in December until one looks at the details.

Industrial Production Unexpectedly Declines

Industrial production unexpectedly slipped in March, down 0.1% vs an expected gain of 0.3%.

Industrial Production Growing, Manufacturing Inching Along

The Fed G17 report shows Industrial Production is up 0.4% this month, but the manufacturing component weighted at about three-fourths of the total has been barely growing for some time. The Fed revised May from flat to +0.1 and April from +1.1 to +0.8.

Industrial Production Rebounds after GM Strike Ends

With GM back in swing, Industrial production rose 1.1% after two dismal months.

Little Signs of Life in Import and Export Prices

Import prices rose only 0.1% in December despite a 1.8% jump in energy. Export prices fell 0.1%.