Consumers' Cure For The Blues: Go Shopping

American consumers are a hearty breed. In the third quarter, neither Midwest floods nor layoffs nor gloomy confidence levels kept them away from their favorite malls. In fact, households appear to be serving notice that they are willing and able to lead the U.S. economy to a quicker pace of growth in the second half of 1993.

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