United States Durable Goods Orders - Survey - Apr 2018

United States Durable Goods Orders is projected to be -1.5 percent in Apr 2018 according to a Reuters/Bloomberg consensus. A Trading Economics poll for the same release indicates the result to be 0 percent. According to the TE survey, 100% of total users expect the value to drop from the previous release.


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ZZAlgiers Estimates Value
Jan 2018 3 percent
Feb 2018 2.2 percent
Apr 2018 2.2 percent
May 2018 2.2 percent
Jun 2018 2.2 percent
Jul 2018 2.2 percent
Aug 2018 2.2 percent
Sep 2018 2.2 percent
Oct 2018 2.2 percent
Nov 2018 2.2 percent
Dec 2018 2.2 percent
Dec 2019 2.2 percent
Dec 2020 2.2 percent
Dec 2030 2.2 percent
Dec 2050 2.2 percent
Latest Forecast
Reuters|Bloomberg
-1.5 percent
JoanaFerreira
-2.4 percent
MichielvanHees
0.3 percent
Evandro
-1.9 percent
NunoTE
0.8 percent
ZZAlgiers
2.2 percent
MarkForssel
1.7 percent
LisaOrwell
0 percent
DiegoArmando
1.7 percent
JoanaTaborda
-0.4 percent
TradingEconomics
-0.4 percent
OlexPB
-0.4 percent

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