Orders for U.S. goods stronger than anticipated

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Orders for U.S. durable goods rose in September by the most in six months, reports Bloomberg.

Demand for goods that are meant to last at least three years rose 1.3 percent, meaning that manufacturing is supporting the expansion of the economy.

Expanding overseas economy and a drop n the dollar of 14 percent are main reasons for the increase.

Read more at Bloomberg.com.