WASHINGTON, May 28 (Reuters) - Orders for U.S. durable goods fell sharply in April on slumping demand for cars and military aircraft, the government said on Wednesday in a report that reflected continued weakness in the U.S. factory sector. The Commerce Department said orders for durable goods -- items meant to last three or more years -- slid 2.4 percent in April after a revised gain of 1.4 percent in March. The March gain had previously been reported as a 1.5 percent increase. Analysts ...
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