Orders for manufactured goods rose 0.2% in December, the Commerce Department said Friday.
The gain was in line with the consensus of economists surveyed by the Wall Street Journal.
Durable-goods orders were flat in December, unrevised from the initial estimate. That data was released late last month. Nondurable-goods orders rose 0.4% in December.
Orders for nondefense capital goods, excluding aircraft, rose a revised 0.2% in December, down slightly from the prior estimate of a 0.3% increase. Shipments of these key orders were flat.
were mixed on Friday after the strong January job report, while the 10-year Treasury yield
rose 13 basis points to 4.015%, which would be the biggest one-day jump since midsummer.