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17 matches for "U.S. Durable goods orders":
In one line: Headline is very flattering; core orders rising but outlook is cloudy.
In one line: The calm before virus storm.
In one line: Recovery continues, though not for Boeing.
In one line: Could have been even worse; will be (much) worse.
In one line: Another solid month for capex, but headline orders pushed up by noise in the aircraft sector.
In one line: Solid core behind the soft headlines.
In one line: Before the deluge, the trend in core orders was flat.
In one line: Soft, but the outlook is for a much worse numbers in Q4 and beyond.
In one line: The core capex picture is deteriorating.
In one line: Terrible, but could have been even worse.
In one line: Core orders soft, but likely to be even softer in Q4.
In one line: No bottom yet for core orders.
In one line: Surging core capex orders suggest non-manufacturing firms are spending.
Chief U.S. Economist Ian Shepherdson discussing U.S. Durable Goods Orders
In one line: The recovery from the Q4 stock market hit continues apace.
In one line: Capex orders and trade are net neutral for Q2 GDP estimates.
Chief U.S. Economist Ian Shepherdson on U.S. Durable Goods Orders
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