A new report shows that Wisconsin’s economy grew faster in February than in four other Midwest states. The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago says its Midwest Economy Index grew to 27-hundredths of one point in February — up by 26-hundredths from January with Wisconsin having the largest share of that increase as 12-hundredths. Michigan, Iowa, Illinois, and Indiana also had smaller jumps in their economic activity. Manufacturing has the fastest growth in Wisconsin in February, representing two thirds of the state’s total jump in economic activity. Construction and consumer spending in the Badger State had smaller increases, with no change in the service sector.