US Factory Orders for October came in better-than-forecasted at 0.6% as a rate of 0.0% was predicted by markets, still the actual rate is worse than the prior revised reading of 1.6% from 0.9% and overall factory orders sub-component plunged, having in fact the new orders plummeting the capital goods falling to -2.1% from 3.8% and durable goods orders falling to -0.6% from 2.2%, while inventories climbed to 0.4% from -1.3% and unfilled orders stayed unchanged at -0.4%.