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27 Jan. 2015 Falling Oil Sector Capex a Wild Card for Durable Goods Orders

By Ian Shepherdson

We would like to be able to argue with confidence that today's December durable goods orders report will show core capital goods orders rebounding after three straight declines, totalling 3.4%.

Posted: 27th Jan 2015 in 'U.S. Documents'

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