(Adds market reaction) By Mark Felsenthal WASHINGTON, Dec 23 (Reuters) - New orders for U.S.-made durable goods surged in November on a jump in civilian aircraft purchases but non-transportation orders slid as defense outlays tumbled, government data showed on Friday. The 4.4 percent rise was the largest rise in overall durable goods orders since May and trounced economists' forecasts for a rise of 1 percent in orders for expensive items built to last three years or more. Analysts had ...
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