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September durable goods new orders +2.2%,...>

US DATA: September durable goods new orders +2.2%, well above the +1.1% 
expected after the unrevised 2.0% rise in August. Ex-transport +0.7%, 
above the +0.5% expected. Transport orders +5.1%, with nondefense 
aircraft orders +31.5%, and defense aircraft orders +2.4%. Motor 
vehicles orders +0.1%. The unlisted transportation components were 
+8.4%, according to an MNI calc. Outside of transport, there were gains 
for fabricated metal products, computer and electronic products and all 
other durable goods, but small declines in primary metals, machinery, 
and electrical equipment. Nondefense capital goods new orders were 
+6.1%, and were +1.3% ex. aircraft. Durable shipments +1.0%, with nondef 
cap gds shipments +2.4% and +0.7% ex. air. Durable inventories +0.6% 
(largest gain since June 2015), unfilled orders +0.2%. See MNI Main 

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