U.S. durable goods orders increased in March

U.S. durable goods orders rose 3.4 percent in March, almost five times the median forecast, signaling that corporate spending is accelerating. “The manufacturing sector is on fire,” said Anthony Chan, chief economist at Banc One Investment Advisors in Columbus, Ohio. The increase in orders for items made to last at least three years exceeded all…

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