WASHINGTON – Optimism among United States small-business owners fell in August to the lowest level in five months, with the outlook for the economy and sales slumping amid escalating trade tensions and recession fears. The decline of 1.6 points to 103.1 in the National Federation of Independent Business’s index resulted from weaker expectations for businesses…
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