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Fed’s Beige Book finds weak factory activity - Fiscal cliff concerns weighing on economy, Fed’s contacts

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) 
Business contacts told the Federal Reserve that manufacturing was either slowing or outright contracting as the fiscal cliff clouds the outlook for factory owners, according to the latest so-called Beige Book report on current economic conditions released on Wednesday
The extent of weakness in manufacturing was more pessimistic than recent reports on durable goods and industrial output
Seven of the 12 Fed regions reported weak factory activity and two more said conditions were mixed
Contacts in five of the Fed districts blamed the fiscal cliff for the slowdown
Industries impacted included information technology, auto parts producers, and heavy equipment
In general, aerospace and aviation equipment managed to hold steady
Steel production also seemed immune from the downturn
Overall, the Fed report said that the economy continued at a “measured pace,” similar to the modest growth rate seen since late summer
Consumer spending grew at a moderate pace
Retailers seemed upbeat about holiday sales, the report said
There was only modest improvements in hiring activity across the country
The Fed has said it will continue its third round of asset purchases until there is substantial improvement in the labor market
The Fed’s report is a collection of anecdotes from business contracts across the country
It is designed to give the policy makers a feel for economic conditions as they prepare for their next monetary policy meeting on Dec. 11 and 12
This report, prepared by the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, was based on information collected before Nov. 14.
Hurricane Sandy led to weaker conditions in the New York and Philadelphia regions
However, Boston reported a slower rate of growth unrelated to the superstorm
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