Data Round-Up: Durable Orders Stumble But Equipment Spending on Track for Decent 17Q2

posted by Michael Lewis on May 26, 2017

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Durable goods orders were lackluster in April. Core shipments were not great but are on track for a moderate gain in 17Q2, which suggests another decent gain for equipment spending.


FMI’s analyses of today’s April Durable Goods Ordersand Second Report of 17Q1 GDP. 

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