Vladimír Urbánek (Kurzy.cz)
Macroeconomics  |  October 25, 2012 16:06:34

U.S. - orders of durable goods in September rose by 9.9% and exceeded market expectations


Durable goods orders in September in the U.S. rose by 9.9% compared to the August decline of 13.1%. Market for September expected order growth by an average of 7.5%. The August decline was the deepest since 2009.

Excluding the volatile aircraft sector, orders rose in September of 2641% compared 97procentnímu decline in August. Boeing announced in September that it has received 143 orders compared to 1 in August and 260 in July.

Durable goods orders excluding the volatile transportation sector grew in September by 2%. The increase was the first in the last four months. Market reckoned in this regard, with growth of 0.9%.

Nearmádního goods orders excluding aircraft over the 3Q sector declined by 23.5% compared to a decline of 5.9% in 2Q.

Supply of capital goods in the crediting calculation of GDP declined in September by 0.3% compared to the August decline of 1.2%. In the 3Q deliveries declined by 4.9% compared to a growth of 5.1% in 2Q.

PC orders in September fell by 2.5%, orders for communications equipment fell by 4.5% compared to a 9% decline in August.

Inventories of durable goods in September rose by 0.3% compared with the August increase of 0.6%. September result was the lowest in the last 3 months.
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