Latest Factory Orders Stories
New orders for manufactured U.S. goods fell in August, after four consecutive months of increases, the U.S.
New orders for manufactured U.S. goods rose in June for the third consecutive month, the U.S.
U.S. durable goods orders fell further than expected in June, dropping 2.5 percent, the Commerce Department reported Wednesday. New orders for products intended to last at least three years fell after two months of increases.
New orders for manufactured U.S. goods rose in May for the third month of the last four, the U.S.
U.S. durable goods orders rose for the third month out of the last four, the U.S.
New orders for manufactured U.S. goods rose in April, increasing 0.7 percent, the U.S. Census Bureau reported Wednesday. The increase fell short of forecasts. Economists predicted growth of 0.9 percent during the month. In April, new orders reached $344.4 billion.
New orders for durable goods rose in April, the U.S. Commerce Department reported Thursday. New orders for manufactured products expected to last more than three years rose 1.9 percent to $161.5 billion.
New orders for manufactured U.S. goods increased for the first time in seven months in February, the U.S.
Durable goods orders rose in the United States in February for the first time in six months, climbing after a sharp decline in January, the government said. New orders for manufactured durable goods -- products expected to last more than three years -- rose 3.4 percent to $165.6 billion in February after falling 7.3 percent in the previous month. New orders for non-defense and defense orders both rose, increasing 7.4 percent and 35.3 percent, respectively. The figures, well ahead of market...
New orders for manufactured U.S. goods fell for the sixth consecutive month in January, the U.S.
- A hairdresser.