U.S. Durable Goods Orders Fall 2.2% in May
The surprising decline reflects uncertainty over the global economy that is likely to be magnified by the U.K.'s "Brexit" vote.
U.S. Durable Goods Orders Surge 3.4% in April
But orders for non-defense capital goods (excluding aircraft) fell 0.8%, said the Commerce Department.
Durable Goods Orders Fall, But Better News on Jobs
Declines in U.S. goods were offset by an uptick in the labor market.
Durable Goods Orders Plunge in December
The 5.1% drop for the month and the 3.5% decline for all of 2015 has economists worried about a pullback in capital investment.
May Durable Goods Report Shows Manufacturing Is Stabilizing
"Core" capital goods orders, a key gauge of business spending plans, rose last month.