By: Wall Street Pit
January 28, 2013 at 12:26 PM EST
Durable Goods Orders Post A Surprisingly Strong December Gain
Durable goods orders increased by a surprisingly strong 4.6% in December, closing out the year with the highest monthly gain since September. The increase was nearly three times above the consensus forecast of 1.6%, based on Econoday’s estimates. Much of the gain was due to a sharp rise in aircraft orders, a volatile component that [...] View the full post at: Durable Goods Orders Post A Surprisingly Strong December Gain Related posts: April Durable Goods Orders: Better Than Expected Stronger than Expected Durable Orders Data for July Durable Goods And New Home Sales Better Than Expected
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