U.S. consumer spending rose to a five-month high in July as auto sales rose sharply providing some evidence that the economy continues to defy those suggesting a recession is inevitable. According to the Commerce Department, consumer spending rose 0.8 percent in July after a 0.1 percent decline the month before.
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