Business Week Index
PRODUCTION Change from last week: 0.3% Change from last year: 3.9% The production index rebounded during the week ended June 11. On a seasonally adjusted basis, output levels of steel, autos, trucks, electric power, crude-oil refining, and lumber all increased. Coal, paperboard production, and rail-freight traffic declined, while paper output was unchanged from the previous week. Before calculation of the four-week moving average, the index rose to 196.2, from 194.5 in the week ended June 4. BW production index copyright 1994 Bloomberg L.P.
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