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Industrial Production (Feb.)

The February industrial production data were marginally stronger than we had expected, with manufacturing output rising by a further 0.1% m/m following the 1.3% surge in January. But with the regional surveys going from bad to worse and the turmoil in the banking sector likely to take at least some toll on the wider economy, we suspect that further declines in manufacturing activity still lie in store.

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