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Demand for U.S. Capital Goods Climbs as Investment Recovers

Demand for U.S. Capital Goods Climbs as Investment Recovers (Bloomberg)

Orders for U.S. equipment, such as computers and machinery, climbed in August to show that business spending is starting to strengthen. Non-military capital goods, excluding aircraft, increased 1.5 percent after a 3.3 percent drop in July, the Commerce Department reported this morning. Demand for all durable goods, which are meant to last at least three years, rose 0.1 percent, after plunging 8.1 percent in July.

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Orders for U.S. equipment, such as computers and machinery, climbed in August to show that business spending is starting to strengthen.

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Demand for U.S. Capital Goods Climbs as Investment Recovers

Orders for U.S. equipment, such as computers and machinery, climbed in August to show that business spending is starting to strengthen.

Demand for U.S. Capital Goods Climbs as Investment Recovers (Bloomberg)

Orders for U.S. equipment, such as computers and machinery, climbed in August to show that business spending is starting to strengthen. Non-military capital goods, excluding aircraft, increased 1.5 percent after a 3.3 percent drop in July, the Commerce Department reported this morning. Demand for all durable goods, which are meant to last at least three years, rose 0.1 percent, after plunging 8.1 percent in July.

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