[WASHINGTON] New orders for US-made goods were unexpectedly flat in February, and could remain weak as a global coronavirus outbreak strains supply chains and undercuts the manufacturing sector....

[WASHINGTON] New orders for US-made goods increased by the most in nearly 18 months in December amid strong demand for defence aircraft, but weak business spending on equipment pointed to limited...

[WASHINGTON] New orders for US-made goods rose for a second straight month in July as orders for transportation equipment increased by the most in nearly a year, but the gains were unlikely to be...

[WASHINGTON] New orders for US-made goods rose by the most in seven months in March amid strong demand for transportation equipment, but rising inventories and a marginal rebound in unfilled...

GERMAN factory orders unexpectedly dropped for a second month in December, adding to signs that Europe's largest economy is facing a more protracted loss in momentum....

[TOKYO] Asia's economic prospects looked gloomy as factory activity and export orders weakened across the region in November with analysts expecting no quick rebound amid simmering global...

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ORDERS placed with US factories for business equipment declined in September for a second month, a sign momentum in capital investment has paused as global trade concerns persist, Commerce...