Aircraft Lift Durable Goods

Investor's Business Daily
March 2013
Investors Business Daily;3/27/2013, pA01
3 Feb. orders for big-ticket items spiked 5.7%, easily topping views and recovering from Jan.'s monthly 3.8% fall. Commercial aircraft demand nearly doubled while auto orders rose 3.8%. But ex transports, durables slid 0.5%. Machinery orders fell 2.2% after soaring nearly 16% in Jan. Computer demand rose 1.3%. Core capital orders sank 2.7%, partly offsetting Jan.'s 6.7% gain.


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