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The dollar recovered slightly against the euro, while returning to the levels of the opening of today's session. Note that the growth of the U.S. currency have helped the data , which showed that in September orders for expensive U.S. goods rose by 3.7% , mainly due to the increasing demand for jets , but business investment outside the transport sector declined.
Economists had expected an increase in orders to a seasonally adjusted total 1.7 % , helped by a sharp increase in the number of signed contracts for orders Boeing Inc. Airline, which soared 57.5% after rising by only 5.4 % in the previous month. Orders for durable goods excluding transportation fell by 0.1 %. Orders for core capital goods fell by 1.1 %. This is the second drop in three months. Deliveries of major means of production , a figure that used to help determine how fast the economy is growing every quarter , fell 0.2 % in September. Orders for durable goods in August was revised upward to 0.2 %. For the first nine months of 2013 , orders for durable goods rose 3 % compared with the same period a year earlier.
The pound fell markedly against the dollar, losing the all the items received in anticipation of the report by Britain's GDP . In its preliminary assessment of the Office of National Statistics said gross domestic product grew by 0.8 % in July - September compared with the second quarter, when it increased by 0.7 %, showing the strongest growth since the second quarter of 2010 , when the economy expanded by 1.0 %. Production volume rose by 1.5 % compared to the third quarter of 2012. The figures in line with forecasts of economists. Year- on-year GDP growth this year could reach 3.2%. But despite the rapid growth , the data show that the UK economy is still below the levels of five years ago, when the financial crisis hit .
According to Trevor Graham , an analyst Fidelity Worldwide Investment, " Britain's GDP is restored, and in the 4th quarter , he may be even higher , according to the outgoing data. Recovery takes place against the background of the housing market , however, any growth is better than none , as it can lower the deficit , as well as to encourage companies to invest in new equipment . "
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