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Mila KunisWASHINGTON—Orders for big-ticket manufactured goods rebounded in June, a sign that increased capital investment by businesses could boost U.S. economic growth heading into the second half of the year. Demand for durable goods—products like airplanes, cars, heavy machinery and appliances that are designed to last at least three years—rose a seasonally adjusted 0.7% from May, the Commerce Department said Friday. Economists surveyed by The Wall Street Journal had forecast orders would rise 0.5%. Orders fell 1% in May, revised from an earlier estimate of a 0.9% decline. Excluding transportation, an often volatile category influenced by orders of civilian aircraft, durable-goods orders rose 0.8% in June. Excluding defense, orders increased 0.7%. A closely watched measure of business investment—orders for nondefense capital goods, excluding aircraft-—rose 1.4% in June after declining in May and April. Mila KunisDurable-goods orders have increased in four of the last five months. Economists have been looking for business investment to pick up in the second quarter after the economy contracted at a 2.9% annual pace in the first quarter. The Commerce Department is set to release its initial estimate of second-quarter economic growth next week. A separate report from the Federal Reserve last week showed that U.S. industrial output increased modestly in June but at a slower pace than May, suggesting steady but unremarkable growth in consumer and business spending during the second quarter. U.S. Jobless Claims Drop to Lowest Level Since 2006 Consumer Prices Rose 0.3% in June Existing-Home Sales Hit Highest Level Since October Sign Up: Get Capital Journal Daybreak Weak output has puzzled economists given continued gains in labor markets. Nonfarm employers added 288,000 jobs in June, the fifth straight month in which the economy added at least 200,000 positions, according to the Labor Department. Mila KunisOther sectors have shown mixed results. Existing-home sales ticked up for the third straight month in June, according to the National Association of Realtors, but sales of new homes dropped 8.1% in June, according to the Commerce Department. Through June, sales of new homes are running 4.9% below last year's level, while sales of existing homes are off 5.3%. Friday's report showed factory shipments of durable goods rose 0.1% in June, following a 0.1% decline in May. Unfilled orders rose 0.8% in June following a 0.7% gain in May. Durable-good inventories increased 0.4% following a 1% rise in May. Here you can view and download Mila Kunis. This being HD wallpaper of Mila Kunis, you can set as wallpaper on your desktop computer or laptop Mila Kunis. 3D HD wallpapers for Mila Kunis can also be used for graphical purposes. All wallpapers here posted are HD. If you want to download this Mila Kunis right-click on the Mila Kunis and click on "Save Image as". To download more Mila Kunis, visit the respective category of Hd Wallpapers.