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Texas Manufacturing Survey: Factory activity expanded in October for the fifth month in a row following a record contraction due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The production index rose three points to 25.5, indicating a slight acceleration in output growth.

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Texas Manufacturing Outlook Survey: Texas Manufacturing Outlook Survey. Release time is 10:30 a.m. EDT. BEA

Texas Manufacturing Outlook Survey: Texas Manufacturing Outlook Survey. Release time is 10:30 a.m. EDT. BEA

Texas Manufacturing Survey: Recovery continues as factory activity expanded in August for the third month in a row following a record contraction in the spring. The production index came in at 13.1, down slightly but still indicative of moderate growth.

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Texas Manufacturing Outlook Survey: Texas Manufacturing Outlook Survey. Release time is 10:30 a.m. EDT. BEA

Texas Manufacturing Outlook Survey: Factory activity rebounded strongly in June. The production index climbed from -28.0 to 13.6, indicating moderate expansion in output following three months of record or near-record declines.

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Texas manufacturing sector still improving, Dallas Fed survey shows

Texas Manufacturing Outlook Survey: Texas Manufacturing Outlook Survey. Release time is 10:30 a.m. EDT. BEA

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Texas Manufacturing Survey: Factory activity declined further in April. The production index, a key measure of state manufacturing conditions, pushed further negative from -35.3 to -55.3. 🔗:

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Texas Manufacturing Survey: The production index plummeted from 16.4 to -35.3, suggesting a notable contraction in output since last month.

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Texas Manufacturing Survey: Activity contracted slightly in November, according to survey respondents. The production index dipped into negative territory for the first time since mid-2016. ?:

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Texas Manufacturing Outlook Survey: Expansion continues, but outlook worsens. The production index rose from 6.3 to 8.9 ?:

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Texas Manufacturing Survey: Factory activity expansion continues, but at a slower pace. The production index fell six points to 6.3. ? ?

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Texas Manufacturing Outlook Survey: Factory activity continued to expand in April with the production index ticking up two points to 12.5. ?

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Texas Manufacturing Survey: Production index stayed positive, but dropped nine points from October to November.

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