By Reshma Kapadia NEW YORK, July 25 (Reuters) - This summer's mixed bag of strong earnings growth and conservative company forecasts combined with soft economic data are fueling a debate about whether the United States is facing an economic slowdown. Economic data in June were slow over a wide range of areas including retail sales, industrial production, jobs and housing. Analysts say they will be looking for improvements in July. "July is a critical month. Does the economy stay on an ...
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