Production at U.S. factories barely rose in August as a drop in motor vehicle assemblies masked a rebound in output of other consumer goods and business equipment.
Production at U.S. factories rebounded in April, led by a firm advance at automakers and suggesting some stabilization in goods demand.May 16, 2023
Toyota Motor Corp. said its global output hit a record for November, thanks in part to solid consumer demand, though it warned of an uncertain outlook due to a persistent shortage of semiconductors and spikes in COVID cases in China.
Production at U.S. factories increased in July for the first time in three months, propelled by a pickup in motor vehicle output that masked more mixed results in other categories.
U.S. factory production unexpectedly declined in May for the first time in four months, restrained by supply challenges and hints of cooler demand for some big-ticket consumer goods.
Production at U.S. factories rose modestly in January, suggesting manufacturers gradually are working through pandemic-related shortages of materials and labor that hobbled output in the prior month.
Output at U.S. factories solidly advanced in November, suggesting an easing in capacity constraints is helping manufacturers ramp up production.December 16, 2021
Production at U.S. factories rose in October by more than forecast, bouncing back from the effects of Hurricane Ida and suggesting manufacturers are having a better time addressing materials shortages.
Surging output of cars, trucks and auto parts pulled U.S. factory production up 0.9% in May.June 15, 2021