FXStreet (Delhi) – Research Team at Lloyds Bank, suggest that the US factory orders for September are expected to show a second consecutive monthly fall, providing further evidence of weakening momentum towards the end of the quarter. Key Quotes “Durable goods orders, released last week, showed a monthly fall of 1.2% in September, admittedly pulled lower mostly by lumpy transport orders. Nevertheless, non-transport durable orders also contracted. Today’s factory orders report will include non-durable goods orders, which are expected to hold up rather better. Hence, overall we are looking for a small monthly decline of around 0.6% in total factory orders.” For more information, read our latest forex news.