Pantheon Macroeconomics - Today's headline durable goods orders number for January is likely to blast through the consensus forecast, +2.7%. We expect a 6.5% jump, comfortably reversing December's 5.0% drop.

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25 Feb. 2016 Huge Upside Risk for Durable Orders as Aircraft Sales Rebound

By Ian Shepherdson

Today's headline durable goods orders number for January is likely to blast through the consensus forecast, +2.7%. We expect a 6.5% jump, comfortably reversing December's 5.0% drop.

Posted: 25th Feb 2016 in 'U.S. Documents'

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