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Durable goods orders (new orders for manufactured durable goods) is an important fundamental indicator of the state of the US manufacturing sector. It is similar to the factory orders, which is also reported by the US Census Bureau. However, this one concerns only durable goods and is released monthly, about 26 days after the month ends. Better-than-expected changes in durable goods orders cause the US dollar to rise, while worse-than-expected changes lead to a drop of the currency. Here you can find the posts with the links to reports on the US durable goods orders published since 2007.

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