Vital Signs for the Week of Sept. 27

On tap: August data on personal income and consumer spending, the ISM's factory activity index, final second-quarter GDP, and more

After a soft spring, economic growth in the third quarter looks better. Economists surveyed by Action Economics see the final pass at second-quarter growth coming in at an annualized pace of 3.0%. Meanwhile, estimates for the July through September quarter are topping 3.5%.

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