(Adds details, background) WASHINGTON, Oct 28 (Reuters) - New orders for long-lasting U.S. manufactured goods rose modestly in September, the government said on Tuesday in a report showing a pick-up in business spending, seen as crucial for a strong recovery. Orders for durable goods, or items designed to last three years or more, rose 0.8 percent, the Commerce Department said, lower than analyst forecasts for a 1.4 percent increase. But that followed a large upward revision for the ...
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