(Recasts with home sales, Greenspan comments) By Mark Felsenthal WASHINGTON, Oct 26 (Reuters) - Sales of new U.S. homes rose unexpectedly in September as builders cut prices, and durable goods orders aside from aircraft gained slightly, reports showed on Thursday, indicating the economy continued to expand at a modest pace. New home sales rose for a second straight month as builders slashed prices by the biggest annual margin in nearly 36 years and the supply of homes for sale shrank, ...
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