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USUS February Durable & Capital Goods Orders & Shipments

Another disappointing report and while the yoy rate is still expanding (more robustly once ex-ing out the more volatile items) it seems clear that the 2017/18 mini-boom has exhausted itself.  As far as shipments go, growth still looks better, but we’re still seeing inventories rising.

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