Durables Swoon, As Manufacturers Sputter; Q3 GDP Weak

October 2015
Investors Business Daily;10/27/2015, p00
The article offers information orders for manufactured and durables items in the U.S. in 2015. Topics discussed include the decline in orders of capital goods in transportation industry in the September 2015 forecasts, the cutting of jobs of power generation product manufacturer Cummins after the decline in its earnings and stocks in the third quarter (Q3) of 2015, and the downturn in the gross domestic product (GDP) growth.


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