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Factory orders dip 0.4 percent in October

Lordstown : OH : USA | Dec 05, 2011 at 7:24 AM PST
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Analysis & Opinion Chevrolet Cruze chassis move along the assembly line at the General Motors Cruze assembly plant in Lordstown, Ohio July 22, 2011. New orders for factory goods fell in October for the second straight month, suggesting a possible softening in the manufacturing sector, which has supported... FULL ARTICLE AT Reuters
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Orders for durable goods, manufactured items expected to last several years leaped 4 percent
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