Core Capital Goods Orders Rise 0.7% in October
The continued improvement in the key measure of U.S. business investment suggests manufacturers are optimistic about a return to normalcy next year.
U.S. Durable Goods Orders Jump 7.3% in June
“The sugar rush from re-openings has now faded and a resurgence of domestic coronavirus cases ... will weigh heavily on business investment."
U.S. Factory Orders Tumble 17.2% in April
"While this recession didn't start with a capital spending slump, the weakness in investment spending could take a long time to dissipate."
Key Investment Measure Surges 1.9% in June
"The trend in durable goods orders remains decidedly weak" amid worries about a global growth slowdown and trade tensions.
U.S. Factory Orders Decline 0.8% in April
“We expect further bumps along the road for manufacturing as a slowing global economy and escalating tariffs on major U.S. trading partners pose headwinds."
Key Investment Measure Gains 0.8% in January
Core capital goods orders rebounded from a sharp drop in December, suggesting the slowdown in business investment may be shallow.
Key Investment Measure Drops 0.7% in December
"It appears the bloom is off the economic expansion rose. The data doesn’t paint a picture of strong growth going forward.”
Durable Goods Orders Rise 0.8% in November
Orders for core capital goods dropped for the second time in three months, suggesting the slowdown in business investment is continuing.
Business Spending Falls Again
Orders for core capital goods, the proxy for business spending, ticked down for the second straight month in September.
U.S. Factory Orders Continue Growth
Activity could begin to slow as the labor market tightens and the China-U.S. trade war starts to affect supply chains.
U.S. Core Capital Goods Orders Drop 0.1%
The decline in the proxy for business spending plans "is not a red flag for the economic outlook yet even if the caution light should be left on.”