Vital Signs: Job Growth Set to Slow
Through thick and thin, U.S. consumers seem to keep spending. Despite a housing recession and rapidly rising food and energy costs, spending adjusted for inflation so far this year has grown at an annualized pace of 2.6%. The reason: a steady labor market has given people the means and the confidence to hit the malls in spite of all the bad news.
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