U.S. capital-equipment orders rise in sign demand resilient

NON-MILITARY CAPITAL GOODS ORDERS excluding aircraft rose 1 percent month over month. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/TY WRIGHT
NON-MILITARY CAPITAL GOODS ORDERS excluding aircraft rose 1 percent month over month. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/TY WRIGHT
NEW YORK - Orders placed with United States factories for business equipment rebounded in April even as the prior month’s figure was revised downward, indicating resilient demand at the start of the second quarter, Commerce Department figures showed Friday. Highlights of durable goods (April) Non-military capital goods orders excluding aircraft rose 1 percent month over month…

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