U.S. economy cools on consumer spending, equipment orders

WASHINGTON – The United States economy cooled in August as Americans spent less than projected and companies cut capital-equipment orders, with below-forecast prices and lukewarm consumer sentiment adding to concerns that may support the case for further Federal Reserve easing. Consumer spending on goods and services, which accounts for about two-thirds of gross domestic product,…

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