Sublime growth of durable goods orders reported

Orders for durable goods in the United States rose by 0.4 percent in August compared to a month earlier. The US Department of Commerce reported that on the basis of a preliminary figure.

Economists, on average, assumed an increase of 1.4% for orders for goods that last more than three years. In July, those orders increased by a further 11.7%.

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