Durable Goods Fall 7.3 Percent, After 3 Months of Increases

durable goods

New orders for manufactured durable goods in July were $226.6 billion, a 7.3% decrease from June’s $244.4 billion. This decrease follows three consecutive monthly increases.

durable goods

Durable goods orders are now down 0.9% year over year, a sharp change from last month when they were up 10.4% Y/Y.

Durable Goods Fall 7.3 Percent, After 3 Months of Increases

Via: floatingpath.com

For exclusive info on hedge funds and the latest news from value investing world at only a few dollars a month check out ValueWalk Premium right here.

Multiple people interested? Check out our new corporate plan right here (We are currently offering a major discount)



About the Author

Floating Path
Floating Path explores economic and cultural phenomena. Floatingpath hopes to educate, inspire and provoke.

Be the first to comment on "Durable Goods Fall 7.3 Percent, After 3 Months of Increases"

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.