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Washington - An increase in US orders for business equipment last month and the biggest gain since February in such sales indicate improving demand at the start of the third quarter, Commerce Department data showed on Friday.

Highlights of durable goods report (July)

•Non-military capital goods orders excluding aircraft rose 0.4% (matching est.) after little change in prior month.

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