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Economy

New orders for manufactured goods grew 1.7% to $498.7 billion in December, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. The increase followed a 1.7% rise in November. New orders for manufactured durable goods grew 2.8% to $249.3 billion in December. Transportation equipment led the increase, rising 7.1% to $86.9 billion. Shipments of manufactured durable goods increased

Economy

New orders for manufactured goods grew 1.3% to $488.1 billion in November, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. The increase followed a 0.4% rise in October. New orders for manufactured durable goods grew 1.3% to $241.4 billion in November. Transportation equipment led the increase, rising 4.1% to $80.8 billion. Shipments of manufactured durable goods increased

Economy

New orders for manufactured goods decreased 0.1% to $479.6 billion in October, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. The decline followed a 1.7% rise in September. New orders for manufactured durable goods fell 0.8% to $237.4 billion in October. Transportation equipment led the decline, falling 4.2% to $77.4 billion. Shipments of manufactured durable goods increased

Economy

New orders for manufactured goods increased 1.4% to $478.5 billion in September, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. It followed a 1.2% rise in August. New orders for manufactured durable goods grew 2.0% to $238.4 billion in September. Transportation equipment led the increase, jumping 4.7% to $80.9 billion. Shipments of manufactured durable goods increased 0.9%

Economy

New orders for manufactured goods increased 1.2% to $471.7 billion in August, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. It followed a 3.3% decline in July. New orders for manufactured durable goods grew 2.0% to $233.5 billion in August. Nondefense aircraft and parts led the increase, jumping 44.8% to $10.5 billion. Shipments of manufactured durable goods

Economy

New orders for manufactured goods decreased 3.3% to $466.4 billion in July, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. It followed a 3.2% increase in June which was the largest gain in eight months. July’s dip was the biggest drop since August 2014. New orders for manufactured durable goods fell 6.8% to $228.9 billion in July. Orders

Economy

New orders for manufactured goods increased 3.0% to $481.1 billion in June, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. It followed a 0.3% decrease in each of the two previous months. June saw the largest gain in eight months. New orders for manufactured durable goods increased 6.4%% to $245.8 billion in June. Orders for nondefense aircraft

Economy

New orders for manufactured goods fell 0.8% to $464.9 billion in May, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. It was the second consecutive monthly decrease, following a 0.3% April slide. New orders for manufactured durable goods decreased 0.8% for the second consecutive month, landing at $229.1 billion in May. Orders for transportation equipment drove the

Economy

New orders for manufactured goods fell 0.2% to $469.0 billion in April, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. It was the first decrease in five months. The April reading followed a 1.0% March increase. New orders for manufactured durable goods decreased 0.8% to $231.0 billion. Orders for transportation equipment drove the decline, falling 1.4% to

Economy

New orders for manufactured goods increased 0.2% to $478.2 billion in March, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. The March reading followed a 1.2% February increase. New orders for manufactured durable goods rose 0.9% to $239.4 billion, the third consecutive month of growth. Orders for transportation equipment drove the increase, rising 2.6% to $83.6 billion. Shipments