WASHINGTON — U.S. April durable goods orders posted a 0.5% decrease, its third drop in four months, but with significantly different moves in components that show weakness was centered in transportation.

Durables orders excluding transportation were up 2.5%, for the second consecutive month, and nonmilitary orders were down 0.3%.

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