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Consumer spending stalls as incomes post slowest growth since winter

Consumer spending barely grew in August after a sharp rise the previous month as incomes rose by the smallest amount since winter, the Commerce Department said Friday. Analysts had expected Americans to slow their pace of spending following strong 0.4% growth in July. But the growth of less than...
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