WASHINGTON, Oct 26 (Reuters) - New orders for U.S.-made durable goods boomed a much greater-than-expected 7.8 percent in September on a rush of civilian aircraft orders, but rose less than forecast when volatile transportation orders were stripped from the total, a government report showed on Thursday. The biggest jump in durables orders since June 2000 was propelled by a 183.2 percent rise in nondefense aircraft and parts orders, according to the Commerce Department. That was the highest ...
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