Industrial Production in the US declined 0.3% in December, the data published by the Federal Reserve showed on Friday. This reading came in slightly worse than the market expectation for a decrease of 0.2%.
"For the fourth quarter as a whole, total Industrial Production moved down at an annual rate of 0.5%," the publication read. "Capacity Utilization for the industrial sector fell 0.4% in December to 77.0%."
Finally, the press release revealed that manufacturing output in the same period expanded by 0.2% but fell at an annual rate of 1%.
The US Dollar Index paid little to mind to the data and was last up 0.21% on the day at 97.51.
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