S&P 500 vs Durable Goods Orders

Interactive chart comparing the S&P 500 index vs the level of manufacturers new orders for durable goods. The commitment to purchase costly and long-lived capital goods generally demonstrates via hard data how companies perceive their future business prospects and since 1992 has correlated well with the overall stock market as represented by the S&P 500.

 
  


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Historical Data

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