WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) - The output of the nation's factories, mines and utilities plunged 2.0% in December, the Federal Reserve said Friday. Output has fallen in four of the last five months. The figures were weaker than forecast by economists surveyed by MarketWatch, who were looking for output to fall 1.2%. Output in November was also much weaker than previously thought. Output fell 1.3% in November, more than double the 0.6% drop initially estimated.
Sólo recuerden que existe una enorme sincronización entre esta variable en México y Estados Unidos, por lo que esto nos da una idea de lo que podemos esperar para el dato de diciembre en nuestro país.