Manufacturers Increased Output in January

While output from manufacturers was up in January, total U.S. industrial production remained level.

Output from manufacturers was up in January, though total U.S. industrial production stayed the same. 

The Federal Reserve reports total production stayed flat in part because of a decline in utilities, due to the unseasonably warm weather the country has seen this winter, and mining production decreasing by 1.8%.

Despite staying relatively unchanged, production is still 3.4% higher than 2011, indicating a continually steady increase.

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