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Optimism! American companies buy big ticket items

by Mark Garrison Jan 28, 2013
An unexpected jump in orders for durable goods is a great sign for manufacturing and the economy.

Durable goods orders are a sign of what's to come

by Adam Allington Aug 24, 2012
Durable goods encompass a broad swath of the economy and tend to be items consumers forgo in tough times.
A customer shops for washers and dryers at Lowe's in Burbank, Calif.
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Durable goods orders down over 1%

by Stacey Vanek Smith Jul 26, 2012
Durable goods -- like computers and equipment -- are one way to measure for how much companies are investing in future growth. In word: They're not. Durable goods orders were down more than a percent in June -- the…
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Consumer spending up 0.8% in February

by Jeremy Hobson Mar 30, 2012
Consumer spending was the big surprise of the morning. The government said Americans spent 0.8 percent more in February.

Sales of manufactured goods falter

by Bob Moon Feb 28, 2012
Durable goods, ranging from computers to refrigerators to planes, fell in January. But it doesn’t necessarily mean the economy is sputtering.

Durable goods: More economic green shoots

by Heidi Moore Jan 26, 2012
Durable goods purchases were up in December, reinforcing the feeling that the economy is making a recovery. Should we believe the hype?