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Fourth-quarter productivity lowered to 1.8%

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch)
The productivity of U.S. workers and businesses slowed sharply in the final three months of 2013, according to newly revised government figures
Productivity rose a revised 1.8% from October through December, down from an original estimate of 3.2%, the Labor Department said
By contrast, productivity rose 3.5% in the third quarter
The increase in output of goods and services was cut to 3.4% from 4.9%, largely accounting for the downward revision in productivity
The gain in hours worked was trimmed to 1.6% from 1.7%, while unit-labor costs fell by just 0.1% in the fourth quarter instead of 1.6%
Yet productivity has risen slowly over the past few years in the aftermath of the Great Recession and there’s little evidence that it’s about to sharply increase
Slower productivity growth is harmful to an economy in a number of ways
Among other things, it limits the increase in wages and thus the buying power of American consumers
When they buy less, businesses can’t sell as many goods and services or hire as many workers
In the fourth quarter, hourly wages of American workers rose at a 1.7% annual clip, but after taking inflation into account, the increase was just 0.8%
Both figures were little changed from the preliminary report
In the manufacturing sector, the rise in productivity was revised down to 1.3% from 2%
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