Durable goods orders off 1.1%

June 25, 2010
According to IndustryWeek.com, the U.S. Census Bureau has reported that new orders for manufactured durable goods in May decreased $2.2 billion or 1.1% to $192 billion. This decrease followed five consecutive monthly increases including a 3% April increase

According to IndustryWeek.com, the U.S. Census Bureau has reported that new orders for manufactured durable goods in May decreased $2.2 billion or 1.1% to $192 billion.
This decrease followed five consecutive monthly increases including a 3% April increase.
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