Sept. Durable Goods Orders Gain 1.8%
- Durable goods orders increased 1.4% in May. Koning, Rachel // Bond Buyer;06/25/99, Vol. 328 Issue 30670, p2
Reports trends in durable goods orders in the United States. Effect of the rebound in transportation orders on durable goods orders at factories; Percentage comparison of orders between May of 1998 and 1999; Implication of the demands for commerce.
- Durable goods orders rose 1.9% in December. Ferris, Craig T. // Bond Buyer;01/29/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30568, p2
Reports on the increase in new orders for durable goods in the United States in December 1998, according to the Commerce Department. Comparison with economists' projections.
- Durable Goods Plunge in April. Floyd, Daniel F. // Bond Buyer;05/30/2000, Vol. 332 Issue 30901, p2
Reports on the decline in volume of new orders for durable goods in the United States in April 2000. Background on economic conditions in the US.
- Durable goods orders fell 1.7% in October. Selway, William // Bond Buyer;11/25/98, Vol. 326 Issue 30528, p2
Informs about the decline of new orders for durable goods in the United States in October 1998. Demand for broad range of goods; First decline since May 1998.
- Durable goods dive even in heady days. // Home Textiles Today;06/05/2000, Vol. 21 Issue 39, p4
Reports on the decline in demand for durable goods in the United States in May 2000.
- Defying the odds, orders for durable goods rose again. Rozelle, Walter N. // Textile World;May97, Vol. 147 Issue 5, p15
Reports on the increase in purchase orders for durable goods in the United States in February 1997. Increasing level of unfilled orders; Projected growth of industrial activity in the months ahead.
- Analyst: Durables report indicates strength. Patterson, Dean // Bond Buyer;08/27/97, Vol. 321 Issue 30218, p2
Discusses the implications to the United States economy of strong orders for durable goods in July 1997.
- Indexes Remain Largely Steady Amid Weak Economic Reports. O'Connor,, Jeanine // Bond Buyer;10/26/2001, Vol. 338 Issue 31252, p38
Focuses on fluctuations in the U.S. bond market as of October 26, 2002. Decline in home-sales; Percentage decline in demand for durable consumer goods according to the U.S. Department of Commerce; Decline in basis points of one-year promissory notes.
- Flourishing Economy Boosts Hard Lines Spending. Andersen, Arthur // Chain Store Age;Aug99 Part 2 of 2, Vol. 75 Issue 8, p23a
Reports on the performance of the durable-goods industry in the United States. Overall growth of household income, after allowing for taxes and inflation in 1998; Key drivers in the hard-goods sales increase; Overall increase of computer-merchandise sales in 1998.