Associated Press (11/25/15) Martin Crutsinger
Orders for U.S.-made durable goods rose a seasonally adjusted 3% last month, the U.S. Department of Commerce reports, after two months of weakness, while a key category that tracks business investment plans advanced by the largest amount in three months. The increase was led by a surge in demand for commercial aircraft but reflected widespread gains in a number of categories, from machinery to computers. A key category that serves as a proxy for business investment spending rose 1.3% in October, the best showing since July.
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