(Adds updated revenue numbers, closing stock price) By Ben Klayman CHICAGO, Jan 27 (Reuters) - A slowing U.S. economy, weaker-than-expected quarterly sales and generally dreary forecasts from many of the biggest U.S. companies could be a sign that spending will slacken for the rest of this year, analysts said on Friday. U.S. economic growth slowed sharply in the fourth quarter to the weakest pace in 3 years as consumers spent less, growth in home building eased and businesses were less ...
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