U.S. June Durable Goods Orders Show 0.7% Gain
July 25 (Bloomberg) -- Drew Matus, deputy chief U.S. Economist at UBS, and Bloomberg’s Olivia Sterns examine a 0.7 percent gain in U.S. durable goods orders for June. They speak on “In the Loop.”
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