U.S. families held down spending in 2008

WASHINGTON – American families kept a tight lid on their spending last year amid a prolonged recession as prices rose far faster than wages, the U.S. Labor Department said Tuesday in its annual report on consumer expenditures. Total spending by the average “consumer unit” – a classification that includes families, single people living alone or…

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