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Lasting goods order March 2019

Mars increased its order intake for core capital goods, but proposes a pick-up in corporate expenses in the coming months. It also means some stabilization of manufacturing operations, which has been squeezed by the ebbing stimulus from a $ 1.5 trillion tax cut Package and supply chain disturbances caused by Washington's trade war with China. In March, order intake for machinery increased by 0.3% after declining by 0.7% in February. Order intake for computers and electronics increased 2.2%. There were also increases in orders for electrical equipment, appliances and components. But orders for primary metals fell, as did those for metal products. Total order for durable goods, toaster articles for aircraft intended to be three years or longer, increased by 2.7% in March after declining by 1 .1% in the previous month. The order for transport equipment fell 7.0% after falling 2.9% in February. Orders for motor vehicles and parts rose 2.1% in March. Order intake for non-defense aircraft jumped 31.2% after dumping 25.4% in February. Boeing reported on its website that it received 44 aircraft orders, only from five in February. There were no orders booked for their troubled 737 Max aircraft. Boeing's fastest selling 737 Max beam was grounded in March after two deadly planes crash in five months.

Mars increased its order intake for core capital goods, but proposes a pick-up in corporate expenses in the coming months.

It also means some stabilization of manufacturing operations, which has been squeezed by the ebbing stimulus from a $ 1.5 trillion tax cut Package and supply chain disturbances caused by Washington’s trade war with China.

In March, order intake for machinery increased by 0.3% after declining by 0.7% in February. Order intake for computers and electronics increased 2.2%. There were also increases in orders for electrical equipment, appliances and components. But orders for primary metals fell, as did those for metal products.

Total order for durable goods, toaster articles for aircraft intended to be three years or longer, increased by 2.7% in March after declining by 1

.1% in the previous month. The order for transport equipment fell 7.0% after falling 2.9% in February.

Orders for motor vehicles and parts rose 2.1% in March. Order intake for non-defense aircraft jumped 31.2% after dumping 25.4% in February.

Boeing reported on its website that it received 44 aircraft orders, only from five in February. There were no orders booked for their troubled 737 Max aircraft. Boeing’s fastest selling 737 Max beam was grounded in March after two deadly planes crash in five months.

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