Orders for manufactured goods fell 0.5% in May, the Commerce Department said Wednesday. It is the first decline after three ...
NEW orders for US-manufactured goods unexpectedly fell in May, while business spending on equipment appeared weaker than ...
The US and eurozone economies have enjoyed ... Historically, the durable goods report has been watched as a signal regarding ...
The latest issue of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond’s National Economic Indicators -a weekly chart book providing a ...
An uptick in demand from machine shops and OEMs may indicate manufacturers are overlooking the high interest rates that have ...
US Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell said the US is ‘getting back on a disinflationary path,’ minutes of Fed’s June meeting ...
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German factory orders slide by 1.6% in May, missing forecasts amid sectoral challenges. The EUR/USD reacted cautiously to ...
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The U.S. service sector in June showed an improvement in growth momentum, with firms seeing sharper increases in both ...
China's exports grew at their fastest in fifteen months in June, suggesting manufacturers are front-loading orders ahead of ...
Across the pond, stocks on Wall Street opened mixed as US inflation fell faster than expected in June, boosting hopes of a ...