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The Big Four Economic Indicators: Industrial Production Up 0.4% in May

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] Today's report on Industrial Production for May shows a 0.4% (0.37% to two decimal points) decrease month-over-month, which was better than the Investing.com consensus of 0.2%. The year-over-year change is 2.05%, up from last month's YoY increase.

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The Big Four Economic Indicators: Industrial Production Up 0.4% in May

Today's report on Industrial Production for May shows a 0.4% (0.37% to two decimal points) decrease month-over-month, which was better than the Investing.com consensus of 0.2%. The year-over-year change is 2.05%, up from last month's YoY increase.

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