Aircraft purchases keyed March jump in U.S. factory orders


Orders for U.S. manufactured goods rose 0.9% in March, the Commerce Department said Tuesday. The increase follows two straight declines.

Economists surveyed by the Wall Street Journal were expecting a 1.2% rise.

The increase was powered by strong orders for transportation, especially commercial aircraft. Excluding transportation, orders were…

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