Sports: United States: Stronger than expected from industrial production in July

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USA-Economy-Production: United States: Stronger than expected increase in industrial production in July

ÉTATS-UNIS: HAUSSE PLUS FORTE QUE PRÉVU DE LA PRODUCTION INDUSTRIELLE EN JUILLET © Reuters/Kevin Lamarque United States: Stronger than expected of industrial production in July

Paris (Reuters)-Industrial production accelerated in July in the United States beyond expectations, show official statistics published on Tuesday.

The Federal Reserve reported an increase of 0.6% of industrial production last month, after stagnation a month earlier, while analysts interviewed by Reuters projected only 0.3% growth on average .

Manufacturing production, it recorded an increase of 0.7%, against early growth of 0.2% and a drop of 0.4% in June.

(report Lucia Mutikani; French version Claude Chendjou, edited by Kate Entringer)

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