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A new plan aims to create housing and jobs.
They're willing to spend because they expect to be earning more next year.
Consumers appear confident and willing to spend now, but they're worried about the future and haunted by memories of the Great Recession.
It’s a wonky subject, but important. Arcades, power grids and plumbing systems also help make sense of it.
It depends on how long you've been out, what you do and where you live.
Growth in the service sector is slowing, too, according to new numbers from the Institute for Supply Management.
That could hurt consumers but benefit banks and dealerships.
Uncertainty over which is coming is bothering some small business owners.
It's a new fiscal year for America. Let's look at our debt.
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