WASHINGTON – U.S. consumer spending rose in August at the slowest pace in six months, moderating from more robust readings on the biggest part of the economy. Inflation remained near the Federal Reserve’s target pace. Purchases, which account for about 70 percent of the economy, rose 0.3 percent from the prior month, slowing from 0.4 percent…
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