WASHINGTON — New orders for durable goods fell $1.5 billion, or 0.8%, on a seasonally adjusted basis in September after declining a revised 0.1% in August, the Commerce Department reported Wednesday.

The September drop was the largest since June 2011, when new orders for durables fell 1.1%.

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