By Tim Ahmann WASHINGTON, Nov 26 (Reuters) - The U.S. economy grew more briskly in the third quarter than first thought, with robust car sales helping to more than triple the weak pace seen in the second quarter, the government said on Tuesday. After-tax corporate profits also improved in the third quarter, the Commerce Department said, while two additional reports gave mixed signals for the economy. The private Conference Board reported that consumer confidence rebounded in November ...
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