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  • Nissan announced Thursday it would halt output for about two weeks at six plants - These produce an average of 1,000 vehicles a day for the Japanese market

    Japan – Nissan’s suspension of vehicle production at 6 plants to hit industrial output

    Nissan announced Thursday it would halt output for about two weeks at six plants - These produce an average of 1,000 vehicles a day for the Japanese market
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  • *China Industrial Production +6.6% On Year In September China Industrial Production +6.6% On Year In September

    *China Industrial Production +6.6% On Year In September

    *China Industrial Production +6.6% On Year In September China Industrial Production +6.6% On Year In September
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  • Activity data from China for September - the Q3 GDP data is on a separate post Industrial Production 6.6% y/y ... beat - expected 6.5%, prior was 6.0% Industrial production YTD 6.7% y/y in line

    China September Industrial Production 6.6% y/y (expected 6.5%) + more data

    Activity data from China for September - the Q3 GDP data is on a separate post Industrial Production 6.6% y/y ... beat - expected 6.5%, prior was 6.0% Industrial production YTD 6.7% y/y in line
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  • Poland's Industrial Output Rises; PPI Inflation Accelerates Poland's industrial production expanded in September and producer prices climbed at a faster pace, figures from the Central Statistical Office showed Wednesday. Industrial production climbed 6 percent on month in September, but slower than the expected 6.8 percent expansion. Manufacturing output grew 7.7 percent, while mining and quarrying output fell 1.3 percent and electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply plunged 11.2 percent. Year-on-year, industrial production advanced 4.3 percent compared to the expected increase of 5.2 percent. Another report from the statistical office showed that producer price inflation rose to 3.1 percent in September from 3 percent in August. The annual rate matched economists' expectations. On a monthly basis, producer price inflation held steady at 0.4 percent.

    Poland's Industrial Output Rises; PPI Inflation Accelerates

    Poland's Industrial Output Rises; PPI Inflation Accelerates Poland's industrial production expanded in September and producer prices climbed at a faster pace, figures from the Central Statistical Office showed Wednesday. Industrial production climbed 6 percent on month in September, but slower than the expected 6.8 percent expansion. Manufacturing output grew 7.7 percent, while mining and quarrying output fell 1.3 percent and electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply plunged 11.2 percent. Year-on-year, industrial production advanced 4.3 percent compared to the expected increase of 5.2 percent. Another report from the statistical office showed that producer price inflation rose to 3.1 percent in September from 3 percent in August. The annual rate matched economists' expectations. On a monthly basis, producer price inflation held steady at 0.4 percent.
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  • *Poland Sep Industrial Output Up 6% M-o-M, Consensus 6.8% Poland Sep Industrial Output Up 6% M-o-M, Consensus 6.8%

    *Poland Sep Industrial Output Up 6% M-o-M, Consensus 6.8%

    *Poland Sep Industrial Output Up 6% M-o-M, Consensus 6.8% Poland Sep Industrial Output Up 6% M-o-M, Consensus 6.8%
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  • *Poland Sep Industrial Output Rises 4.3% On Year, Consensus 5.2% Poland Sep Industrial Output Rises 4.3% On Year, Consensus 5.2%

    *Poland Sep Industrial Output Rises 4.3% On Year, Consensus 5.2%

    *Poland Sep Industrial Output Rises 4.3% On Year, Consensus 5.2% Poland Sep Industrial Output Rises 4.3% On Year, Consensus 5.2%
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  • U.S. Industrial Output Rebounded Marginally in September U.S. industrial production rose slightly in September as persisting effects of storms Harvey and Irma hindered activity at factories. However, the outlook for the industrial sector continues to be bullish amid a strengthening global economy and weakening dollar. The disappointing industrial production data was counterbalanced by another report, which showed import prices reporting their largest increase in 15 months in September, and moderately increasing underlying imported inflation. According to the Federal Reserve, industrial production rose 0.3 percent in September following a 0.7 percent decline in August which was smaller than previously posted. The U.S. central bank said the “continued effects of Hurricane Harvey and, to a lesser degree, the effects of Hurricane Irma combined to hold down the growth in total production in September by a quarter percentage point.” The Fed revised the data for July to reveal that industr..

    Prime News: U.S. Industrial Output Rebounds Marginally in September

    U.S. Industrial Output Rebounded Marginally in September U.S. industrial production rose slightly in September as persisting effects of storms Harvey and Irma hindered activity at factories. However, the outlook for the industrial sector continues to be bullish amid a strengthening global economy and weakening dollar. The disappointing industrial production data was counterbalanced by another report, which showed import prices reporting their largest increase in 15 months in September, and moderately increasing underlying imported inflation. According to the Federal Reserve, industrial production rose 0.3 percent in September following a 0.7 percent decline in August which was smaller than previously posted. The U.S. central bank said the “continued effects of Hurricane Harvey and, to a lesser degree, the effects of Hurricane Irma combined to hold down the growth in total production in September by a quarter percentage point.” The Fed revised the data for July to reveal that industr..
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  • U.S. Industrial Output Rebounded Marginally in September U.S. industrial production rose slightly in September as persisting effects of storms Harvey and Irma hindered activity at factories. However, the outlook for the industrial sector continues to be bullish amid a strengthening global economy and weakening dollar. The disappointing industrial production data was counterbalanced by another report, which showed import prices reporting their largest increase in 15 months in September, and moderately increasing underlying imported inflation. According to the Federal Reserve, industrial production rose 0.3 percent in September following a 0.7 percent decline in August which was smaller than previously posted. The U.S. central bank said the “continued effects of Hurricane Harvey and, to a lesser degree, the effects of Hurricane Irma combined to hold down the growth in total production in September by a quarter percentage point.” The Fed revised the data for July to reveal that industr..

    Prime News: U.S. Industrial Output Rebounded Marginally in September

    U.S. Industrial Output Rebounded Marginally in September U.S. industrial production rose slightly in September as persisting effects of storms Harvey and Irma hindered activity at factories. However, the outlook for the industrial sector continues to be bullish amid a strengthening global economy and weakening dollar. The disappointing industrial production data was counterbalanced by another report, which showed import prices reporting their largest increase in 15 months in September, and moderately increasing underlying imported inflation. According to the Federal Reserve, industrial production rose 0.3 percent in September following a 0.7 percent decline in August which was smaller than previously posted. The U.S. central bank said the “continued effects of Hurricane Harvey and, to a lesser degree, the effects of Hurricane Irma combined to hold down the growth in total production in September by a quarter percentage point.” The Fed revised the data for July to reveal that industr..
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  • U.S. Industrial Production Rebounds Slightly More Than Expected After reporting a notable decrease in U.S. industrial production in the previous month, the Federal Reserve released a report on Tuesday showing production rebounded by slightly more than expected in the month of September. The report said production rose by 0.3 percent in September after sliding by 0.7 percent in August. Economists had expected production to edge up by 0.2 percent compared to the 0.9 percent drop originally reported for the previous month. The Fed said the continued effects of Hurricane Harvey and, to a lesser degree, the effects of Hurricane Irma held down production growth by a quarter of a percentage point in September. The bigger than expected increase in production was partly due to a significant rebound in utilities output, which surged up by 1.5 percent in September after plunging by 4.9 percent in August. Mining output also climbed by 0.4 percent in September after slipping by 0.2 perce..

    U.S. Industrial Production Rebounds Slightly More Than Expected

    U.S. Industrial Production Rebounds Slightly More Than Expected After reporting a notable decrease in U.S. industrial production in the previous month, the Federal Reserve released a report on Tuesday showing production rebounded by slightly more than expected in the month of September. The report said production rose by 0.3 percent in September after sliding by 0.7 percent in August. Economists had expected production to edge up by 0.2 percent compared to the 0.9 percent drop originally reported for the previous month. The Fed said the continued effects of Hurricane Harvey and, to a lesser degree, the effects of Hurricane Irma held down production growth by a quarter of a percentage point in September. The bigger than expected increase in production was partly due to a significant rebound in utilities output, which surged up by 1.5 percent in September after plunging by 4.9 percent in August. Mining output also climbed by 0.4 percent in September after slipping by 0.2 perce..
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  • Dollar Rises Ahead Of U.S. Industrial Production Data At 9:15 am ET Tuesday, the Federal Reserve will release industrial production figures for September. Ahead of the data, the greenback rose against its major rivals. The greenback was worth 1.1746 against the euro, 1.3180 against the pound, 0.9799 against the franc and 112.43 against the yen at 9:10 am ET.

    Dollar Rises Ahead Of U.S. Industrial Production Data

    Dollar Rises Ahead Of U.S. Industrial Production Data At 9:15 am ET Tuesday, the Federal Reserve will release industrial production figures for September. Ahead of the data, the greenback rose against its major rivals. The greenback was worth 1.1746 against the euro, 1.3180 against the pound, 0.9799 against the franc and 112.43 against the yen at 9:10 am ET.
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