WASHINGTON—U.S. manufacturing production fell in September, adding to evidence that slowing global growth and trade frictions are weighing on the economy.
Manufacturing output, the biggest component of industrial production, fell 0.5% in September from a month earlier, the Federal Reserve said Thursday. Production at factories was in part dragged down by a strike at General Motors, but showed broad-based fragility.
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