The US Commerce Department announced this morning that orders for durable goods unexpectedly fell by 0.6 percent in October after gaining 2 percent in September. Much of the decrease can be attributed to a reduction in Department of Defense spending, and if excluded, demand for durable goods would have increased 0.4 percent for the month.
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