WASHINGTON, Nov 27 (Reuters) - The U.S. economy has inched ahead slowly in recent weeks as consumers spent less on cars and manufacturers struggled, the Federal Reserve said on Wednesday. "Economic activity grew slowly, on balance, in late October and early November," the Fed said in its "beige book" report, an anecdotal survey of national economic conditions compiled from reports by the Fed's 12 regional banks. The Fed said consumer spending was "varied" among the regions, with some ...
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