Durable goods orders were previously reported to have advanced 0.6% in April. Transportation orders rose 0.6%, reflecting a 0.7% increase in motor vehicle orders. Commercial aircraft orders fell 2.8%.
Orders for manufactured goods fell 0.5% in May, the Commerce Department said Wednesday. It is the first decline after three ...
NEW orders for US-manufactured goods unexpectedly fell in May, while business spending on equipment appeared weaker than ...
US durable goods orders rose 0.1% in May, up for the fourth straight month, according to a report released Thursday by the Commerce Department’s Census Bureau. New orders for manufactured ...
The US and eurozone economies have enjoyed ... Historically, the durable goods report has been watched as a signal regarding ...
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The two-year Treasury yield, which moves with interest rate expectations, fell to a four-month low of 4.49 per cent. Stocks, however, tumbled, with the S&P 500 down 0.8 per cent and the Nasdaq ...
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WASHINGTON, June 27 (Reuters) - New orders for key U.S.-manufactured capital goods unexpectedly fell in May, suggesting that business spending on equipment weakened in the second quarter as ...