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  • H.S. Borji

    US durable goods orders declined unexpectedly in September, falling at the fastest pace since January on lower demand for machinery and equipment. Orders for manufactured goods meant to last three years or more declined 1.3 percent to $241.6 billion, following a slightly revised drop of 18.3 percent a month earlier, the Commerce Department reported today

  • H.S. Borji

    The US manufacturing industry continued to build momentum in June, as output and new orders expanded sharply and overall business conditions improved at the strongest rate since May 2010. Markit Group’s gauge of US manufacturing activity climbed 1.1 percentage points to 57.5, exceeding estimates for 56.5. A reading above 50 is a general sign of

  • Forex » US Housing Index Picks Up
    June 16, 2014, 19:22 GMT

    The US National Association of Home Builders has just published an update to the state of the housing construction market. The June reading of the NAHB Housing Market Index has come in at 49, this compares to the May print of 45 and the market anticipated number of 47. The all important TIC data has