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The Richmond Federal Reserve’s manufacturing survey came in at 13. Expectations were for a tick of 4. October had printed at 1. The survey measures industrial activity from Maryland to South Carolina and out to West Virginia. Full release » Indices increased across the board, with shipments surging 18 points […]
The Richmond Fed’s monthly manufacturing report is out. The headline index unexpectedly rose to 1 from September’s 0 reading. Economists expected an unchanged reading this month. The Richmond Fed’s survey polls manufacturers from Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina on regional business conditions. Below is a summary […]
Slight decline expected.
Expectations were for a reading of zero.
9 expected after 8 last month.
Economists are looking for a comeback.
Is American manufacturing stalling?
2 expected after 3 last month.
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[credit provider=”AP Images”] The December Richmond Fed Manufacturing Index is out and it’s a miss.The headline number fell to 5 from 9 in November. Economists were looking for a reading of 8.
[credit provider=”Flickr via taberandrew” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/andrewbain/521312591/sizes/z/in/photostream/”] The Richmond Fed’s survey of manufacturing activity in the central Atlantic region of the United States registered a nice beat this month, coming in with a reading of 4 on the index.The consensus expectations among economists polled by Bloomberg was for a reading of -5 […]
[credit provider=”General Electric” url=”http://ge.ecomagination.com/news-media/advertising-and-images.html#/image-gallery”] UPDATE:Manufacturing continued to contract in the South East and mid-Atlantic region of the country, although it did so at a less prononced rate, new data out of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond shows.