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U.S. orders stronger than expected rise in December


Foto Anthony Buccino WASHINGTON (Dow Jones) – New orders for the U.S. industry is the end of 2009 rose more than expected. As the U.S. Department of Commerce announced on Thursday, rose the orders in December compared with the previous month by 1.0%. (Photo: Buccino)

Dow Jones Newswires surveyed economists had only with an increase expected of 0.3%. For the previous month there was an increase of revised 1.0%, after being notified of an increase of 1.1% has been was.
Enter your order receipt by durable goods The Ministry reported in December, an increase of 1.0% (provisional: plus 0.3%). New orders excluding the Armaments sector increased by 1.0% in the previous month had the increase in revised 1.3% located. The orders ex transportation rose by 1.2%, after an increase of 2.1% in the previous month.

The orders for civilian capital goods without Aircraft as an important measure of business spending apply, climbed by 2.2% in the previous month was also a strong Plus been registered.

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