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German Industrial Output "slips" 0.6%

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German industrial output slips
15:36, Friday 6 August 2010
German industrial output eased
0.6 percent
in June from 2.9 percent in May, seasonally-corrected data showed on Friday, a sign that strong growth in Europe's top economy could slow later this year.
The economy ministry revised the May figure from 2.6 percent.

Output down here to. Are we seeing an outputless recovery or a real slip back into a recessionary trend?

I like the understated word "slips" whereas a rise of a similar amount would be a "soar."

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