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By Anirban Nag | August 3, 2015
By Reuters Staff Writers | August 3, 2015
By Lucia Mutikani, Reuters | July 2, 2015
New orders for U.S. factory goods fell more than expected in May on weak demand for transportation and electrical equipment, a sign that manufacturing remained mired in a soft patch.
By Daniel Kruger, Bloomberg | December 3, 2014
Ten-year note yields increased from an almost a six-week low after the November ISM factory index report showed the second-strongest level since April 2011.
By Stephen Kirkland and Joseph Ciolli, Bloomberg | December 1, 2014
U.S. stocks declined for a second day after holiday spending in America slowed and gauges of manufacturing in China and Germany dropped. Oil rebounded from the lowest in five years and gold rallied.
By Jonathan Morgan and Joseph Ciolli, Bloomberg | December 1, 2014
U.S. stocks declined, sending benchmark indexes lower for a second day, as data showed Chinese manufacturing slowed last month while fewer shoppers showed up for Black Friday sales events.
By Victoria Stilwell, Bloomberg | December 1, 2014
Manufacturing in the U.S. expanded in November at a faster pace than projected, signaling the world’s largest economy is rising above a global slowdown.
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 Victoria Stilwell, Bloomberg | November 17, 2014
Industrial production in the U.S. unexpectedly dropped in October, weighed down by declines at utilities, mines and automakers that signal manufacturing started the fourth quarter on soft footing.
By Namitha Jagadeesh and Joseph Ciolli, Bloomberg | November 5, 2014
U.S. stocks rose, sending the Dow Jones Industrial Average to a record, as Republicans won their first Senate majority in eight years and data showed companies added more workers in October.