Factory Output Declines for a Second Month on Consumer Goods


[Stay on top of transportation news: Get TTNews in your inbox.] Production at U.S. factories declined in June for a second month, restrained by higher inventories and a softer economic outlook. The 0.5% decrease in manufacturing output matched the downwardly revised drop in May, Federal Reserve data showed July 15. Total industrial production, which also…

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