U.S. economy: inventory decline points to concern over rebound

Inventories at U.S. factories, wholesalers and stores unexpectedly declined in August as companies kept stockpiles lean out of concern the economic recovery is flagging. ``Businesses by and large are not optimistic about the strength of demand and so don't want to be caught with too much inventory,'' said Kevin Logan, chief market economist at Dresdner…

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