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Philly Fed Manufacturing Index: Continued Growth in November

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] The latest Manufacturing Index came in at 10.4, up 4.8 from last month's 5.6. The 3-month moving average came in at 9.3, down from 11.5 last month. Since this is a diffusion index, negative readings indicate contraction, positive ones indicate expansion. The Six-Month Outlook came in at 35.8, up 2 from the previous month's 33.8.

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Philly Fed Manufacturing Index: Continued Growth in November

The latest Manufacturing Index came in at 10.4, up 4.8 from last month's 5.6. The 3-month moving average came in at 9.3, down from 11.5 last month. Since this is a diffusion index, negative readings indicate contraction, positive ones indicate expansion. The Six-Month Outlook came in at 35.8, up 2 from the previous month's 33.8.

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