Data Round-Up: Real Equipment On Track for +7% Gain in 17Q3

posted by Michael Lewis on August 25, 2017

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Firming. Despite a slump in the headline number driven by payback in aircraft, ‘core’ orders and shipments posted solid gains in July. Based on these early results, FMI is tracking +7% real equipment spending growth in 17Q3, a bit better than the 2017-H1


FMI’s analysis of today’s July Durable Goods Orders report

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