FXstreet.com (Barcelona) - Durable Goods order have improved slightly in May, but it hasn't been significantly, figures have posted at 213.60 billion in may from 213.57 in April, just 0.03 billion more. Unchanged data was expected by market, April figures was revised to 1.0% decreases from 0.5% posted previously, according to the latest report of the Commerce Department.
Excluding Transportation, Durable new orders fell 0.9% in May, according to consensus expectations. April figures was revised to 1.9% increases from 2.6% posted initially.
Shipments fell 1.1% to 211.3 billions in May, after 1.8% increases in April. unfilled orders increased 0.9% to 810.2 billion, the highest level since 1992. Inventories increased again, in May increased 0.4% to 330.4 billion. Also the highest level since 1992.