Orders for U.S. durable goods suffered over a canceled deal for Boeing’s troubled 737 Max jet. Yet business investment perked up in a reassuring sign amid a...
Jeffry BartashDurable-goods orders drop 1.3% in May, but business investment picks up in a somewhat reassuring sign. As long as China trade war goes on, though, hard to see lots more improvement. Chart shows investment tanking right around start of dispute last summer on.mktw.net/2IO1TNUpic.twitter.com/UY6yRfQtXE
The stuttering U.S. economy might suffer a crushing blow, business leaders and other critics contend, if President Trump acts on his threat to shut the border with Mexico to block a rising tide of immigrants.