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Economic Report: Coming up: Durable-goods orders for September

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New orders for durable goods such as autos, appliances and airplanes are expected to fall 1% in September, according to economists polled by the Wall Street Journal. The weakness is expected to be concentrated in autos and aircraft. The Commerce Department will release the report at 8:30 a.m. Eastern.

For the first time, the “advance” release will also include estimates for the entire factory sector, including non-durable goods.

In the past, economists had to wait more than a week for the full data set.

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