WASHINGTON, Dec 24 (Reuters) - U.S. durable goods orders fell unexpectedly last month as demand weakened for a wide range of long-lasting manufactured goods, the government said on Tuesday in a report that underscored businesses' reluctance to spend. Orders for durable goods -- costly items intended to last three years or more -- slid 1.4 percent in November after a revised 1.7 percent October rise, the Commerce Department said. The report, which showed drops in orders for most ...
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