Here come factory orders...

The latest data on factory orders will be out at 10 a.m. ET.

Economists forecast that US factory orders rose by 0.6% in March, after tumbling by 1.7% in February.

Meanwhile, factory orders ex-transportation fell by 0.8% last month.

The data will be accompanied by a revision of the durable goods orders data, which was released a week earlier.

Last week’s preliminary data from the Department of Commerce indicated that durable goods orders rose by 0.8% in March. Excluding transportation, they fell 0.2%.

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