It’s Snowing Outside, So Businesses Might Not Invest In Durable Goods ….. Or Something …..

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More vapid economic reporting ……

Durable goods orders up, but key category weakens

WASHINGTON (AP) — Orders to U.S. factories for long-lasting manufactured goods rose in February by the most in three months, but a key category that reflects business investment fell sharply.

I get the distinct impression the writers don’t really understand how businesses work. Businesses, investing in durable goods don’t care what the weather is like outside. Purchasing “durable goods” strongly suggests they’re more focused on future events, rather than present events. And, even if they thought we were going to be saturated with wintery weather for the rest of our lives, the orders for snow plows and the like would increase!

I’ve posted several news articles like this. The reason why I’m doing this is so we can prepare for this. I’m not sure how much more I can dumb this down for the leftards. The only…

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