(Updates with GM comments, recasts first paragraph) By Alister Bull WASHINGTON, July 28 (Reuters) - U.S. durable goods orders were disappointingly weak in June but hopes for America's expansion remained on track as the Federal Reserve said the economy advanced in June. The Commerce Department said on Wednesday orders for big-ticket items meant to last at least three years rose 0.7 percent after shrinking 0.9 percent in May. However, May's drop was revised from a 1.8 percent decline. ...
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