Durable Goods Orders Rebound In May

Durable goods orders rebound in MayReuters| WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Demand for long-lasting US manufactured goods rebounded more than expected in May and a gauge of business spending plans increased, but slowing global growth suggest the momentum might not be sustained.Durable Goods Orders in US Rise More Than ForecastBloombergDurable-Goods Orders GainWall Street JournalUS durable goods orders rose 1.1 percent in May, measure of business ...Washington PostCNBC.com -Sacramento Beeall 402 news articles »

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