The Problem With Durable Goods Orders
Industrials editor Brendan Byrnes discusses the 1.6% rise in durable goods orders, a macroeconomic indicator of the industrials sector. This figure is slightly misleading because it would be negative without the aerospace industry. Overall, the takeaway is that the economy is still sluggish, although aerospace is still healthy.
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