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Factory orders (new orders for manufactured goods) is an important fundamental indicator of the state of the US manufacturing sector. The data is reported every month by the US Census Bureau, about 35 days after the month’s end. A better-than-expected change in factory orders usually leads to the US dollar gains, while a worse-than-expected change can lead to its decline. You can find the data on the US factory orders since 2007 in the posts linked below.

Note: Do not confuse it with the durable goods orders report released by the same bureau.

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2009

2008

2007