Chicago fed Mfg Index Slips 0.6%

Siegel, Gary E.
September 2004
Bond Buyer;9/10/2004, Vol. 349 Issue 31966, p2
Trade Publication
This article reports that the Chicago Fed Midwest Manufacturing Index fell 0.6% in July to a seasonally adjusted level of 115.1 after a revision showed the June index off 1.0%, originally seen as a 0.7% drop, the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago reported yesterday. When broken down by sector, the regional auto sector's sector's output declined 3.2% in the month, while nationally, auto sector output was down 0.2% in the month. The regional steel sector's sector's output increased 0.3% in July while national output dipped 0.1%.


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