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U.S. | 31 October 2017 Consumption Set for a Sluggish Q4, Capex Will Take up the Slack
The September consumption data were a bit better than median expectations, with real spending rebounding by 0.6%, led by an 15.1% leap in the new vehicle component.

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31 October 2017 Consumption Set for a Sluggish Q4, Capex Will Take up the Slack

By Ian Shepherdson

The September consumption data were a bit better than median expectations, with real spending rebounding by 0.6%, led by an 15.1% leap in the new vehicle component.

Posted: 30th Oct 2017 in 'U.S.'

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