- U.K. factory output rises 0.2% in July, in line with economists' expectations.
- "Today’s figures show that the industrial sector is still doing well, although the drop in exports is something of a concern,” one London-based economist tells Bloomberg.
- Separate data shows Britain's goods-trade deficit widening to £9.85B in July, an 11-month high as exports decline 7.6%. Nevertheless, exports to the EU rise 1.3%, marking a divergence from German export data released earlier.
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U.K. factory output rises for second month
Sep 6 2013, 06:16 ET