By Tim Ahmann WASHINGTON, Dec 24 (Reuters) - Orders for costly, long-lasting U.S. manufactured goods fell last month, a report on Tuesday showed, reflecting what economists said was an uncertain business climate as the country prepares for war. The report poured cold water on hopes a long slump in business spending was beginning to ease. Two other reports showed sluggish holiday shopping, further underscoring the struggling nature of the recovery. U.S. durable goods orders slid 1.4 ...
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