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Economic Data (USA)

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Durable Goods Orders During February 2020

The Durable Goods Orders report for February 2020 was released by the Commerce Department this morning:


Predicted: -0.7%
  • Actual: $249,409,000,000 (+$2,868,000,000 [+1.163%])


  • January 2020 (revised): $246,541,000,000 (+$166,000,000 [+0.067%])

Chart: Durable Goods Orders - February 2020 Update
Chart: Durable Goods Orders - February 2020 Update


The yellow-highlighted figures represent the dollar amount of new orders for durable or hard goods for immediate or future delivery from U.S. manufacturers, along with both the dollar and month-to-month percentage change.

Examples of durable goods: cars, airplanes, computers, furniture -- items that are built to last at least three years.



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