Economy

US durable goods orders rise 1.0% in October compared to September

Durable goods orders in the United States rose 1.0% in October compared to September, to US$ 277.4 billion, according to data published this Wednesday, 23rd, by the country’s Department of Commerce.

Analysts consulted by The Wall Street Journal predicted a smaller increase in orders, of 0.5%.

Excluding the transport sector, durable goods orders increased by 0.5% in the period. Without the defense category, there was an increase of 0.8%.

US new home sales up 7.5% in October compared to September

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