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By Tom Miles, Reuters | April 7, 2016
By Lucia Mutikani, Reuters | April 4, 2016
By Lucia Mutikani, Reuters | March 24, 2016
New orders for long-lasting U.S. manufactured goods fell in February as the sector continues to struggle with the lingering effects of a robust dollar and lower oil prices.
By Matt Weller | February 25, 2016
By Lucia Mutikani | February 25, 2016
New orders for long-lasting U.S. manufactured goods in January rose by the most in 10 months as demand picked up across the board, offering a ray of hope for the downtrodden manufacturing sector.
By Dion Rabouin, Reuters | January 28, 2016
The dollar hit a one-week low against the euro on Thursday as a plunge in U.S. durable goods orders supported the view of a U.S. economic slowdown on softer global demand.
By Lucia Mutikani, Reuters | June 23, 2015
A gauge of U.S. business investment spending plans rose in May, offering a tentative sign of stabilization in the manufacturing sector after activity started weakening in the late summer of 2014.
By Michelle Jamrisko, Bloomberg | January 27, 2015
Business equipment and capital goods orders fell unexpectedly in December for the fourth straight month. The weight of the recent economic slowdown is heavily hitting American companies.
By Michelle Jamrisko, Bloomberg | November 26, 2014
Orders for U.S. business equipment such as machinery and electrical gear unexpectedly declined in October, a sign that recent increases in corporate investment may not persist.
By Andrew Wilkinson | October 28, 2014
There were two culprits within the core report that weighed on overall orders: machinery orders dropped by 2.8%, while demand for computers slipped by 2.5%.