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Here's Why You May Want To Tiptoe Out Before The Party Ends

Submitted by The Wall Street Examiner's Lee Adler, via Contra Corner blog, Private spending on capital goods is a measure of business confidence in the economy. If business people believe the economy will grow, they invest more in plant and equipment. If they are not optimistic, they pull in their horns. This week’s Commerce Department report on Durable Goods orders contains a nugget or two that help us to see how business people are behaving in that regard.
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Here’s Why You May Want To Tiptoe Out Before The Party Ends

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Private spending on capital goods is a measure of business confidence in the economy. If business people believe the economy will grow, they invest more in plant and equipment. If they are not optimistic, they pull in their horns. T...

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