Durable Goods Orders, Consumer Confidence Increase Tuesday, November 27, 4:41 PM ET
Orders for core capital goods increased by 1.7 percent in October, the best result since a 2.3 percent rise in May, according to the Commerce Department. Total orders for durable goods were unchanged in October at $216.9 billion.
Meanwhile, in another sign that the economy may be improving, consumer confidence rose in November to the highest level in more than four years. The Conference Board's confidence index increased to 73.7, the highest since February 2008.
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