Browsing: Durable goods orders

Economy

New orders for manufactured durable goods increased 0.8 percent in September to $262.1 billion, following a 4.6 percent August increase, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Transportation equipment drove the increase, rising 1.9 percent to $97.4 billion over the month. New orders, excluding the transportation sector, rose 0.1 percent. Excluding defense, new orders decreased 0.6

Economy

New orders for manufactured durable goods increased 4.5 percent in August to $259.6 billion, following a 1.2 percent July decrease, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Transportation equipment drove the increase, rising 13.0 percent to $95.3 billion over the month. New orders, excluding the transportation sector, rose 0.1 percent. Excluding defense, new orders decreased 2.6

Economy

New orders for manufactured durable goods decreased 1.7 percent in July to $246.9 billion, following a 0.7 percent June increase, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Transportation equipment drove the decrease, falling 5.3 percent to $82.8 billion over the month. New orders, excluding the transportation sector, rose 0.2 percent. Excluding defense, new orders decreased 1.0

Economy

New orders for manufactured durable goods increased 1.0 percent in June to $251.9 billion, following a 0.6 percent May decline, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Transportation equipment led the increase, rising 2.2 percent to $87.7 billion over the month. New orders, excluding the transportation sector, rose 0.4 percent. Excluding defense, new orders increased 1.5

Economy

New orders for manufactured durable goods decreased 0.6 percent in May to $248.8 billion, following a 1.0 percent April decline, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. The volatile transportation equipment sector led the decline, falling 1.0 percent to $86.1 billion over the month. Motor vehicles and parts were the largest contributor to transportation’s decline, decreasing

Economy

New orders for manufactured durable goods decreased 1.7% in April to $248.5 billion, following a 2.7% March rise, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. The volatile transportation equipment sector led the decline, falling 6.1% to $87.1 billion over the month. Commercial aircraft was the largest contributor to transportation’s decline, decreasing 29.0% to $16.2 billion. New

Economy

New orders for manufactured durable goods increased 2.6% in March to $254.9 billion, following a 3.5% February rise, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Transportation equipment offset sluggish growth in other areas, rising 7.6% to $91.4 billion over the month. Commercial aircraft was the largest contributor to transportation, increasing 44.5% to $21.0 billion. New orders

Economy

New orders for manufactured durable goods decreased 3.7% in January to $247.0 billion, following a 0.5% December rise, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Transportation equipment drove the decrease, falling 10.0% to $77.7 billion over the month. New orders excluding defense declined 2.7% on the month, while orders of nondefense capital goods slipped 1.5% to

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