The economy grew at a healthy clip in the third quarter, which could help give the Federal Reserve confidence to raise interest rates next month.
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Wall Street ended higher Friday, with health care and consumer stock rising and investors looking beyond a widely expected December interest rate hike.
Employers maintained a steady pace of hiring in October and a jump in new orders buoyed activity in the services sector - healthy signs for the economy.
The U.S. auto industry is on track for a record year, GM says, as the top U.S. automaker and its rivals report October sales that far exceed expectations.
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Consumer prices recorded their biggest drop in eight months in September as the cost of gasoline fell.
Service-sector growth slowed in September as sales fell and new orders plunged, evidence that consumer confidence may have been affected by Wall Street.
ConAgra said it will cut about 1,500 jobs and outsource technology and back office positions, joining other packaged food companies in announcing cost cuts.
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Consumer spending grew briskly in August and a key measure of inflation firmed a bit, signs of strength in America's domestic economy.
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Consumer spending appeared to grow at a fairly healthy pace in August, pointing to solid domestic demand that could persuade a cautious Fed to hike rates.
Kmart has expanded its layaway program and made other changes, joining other retailers in trying to get a jump start on grabbing holiday shoppers.