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Cautious consumers provide new sort of Trump bump

28 April 2017 By Gina Chon

The U.S. economy grew slower than expected, at just a 0.7 percent pace in the first quarter. Less spending on cars was a big factor. The year typically starts slowly, but consumers have been less confident than investors. That could put a hitch in the president’s ambitious plans.

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