The numbers: Orders for durable or long-lasting goods sank 5.4% in October because of fewer contracts for Boeing passenger planes, but most other manufacturers also reported somewhat weaker demand.
Economists polled by the Wall Street Journal had forecast a 3.4% decline.
If airplanes and cars are stripped out, new orders were flat last month,…
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