(fixes typo in fourth paragraph) By Anna Willard WASHINGTON, Feb 20 (Reuters) - Americans bought foreign goods in December rather than stimulating domestic output, wholesale inflation surged last month and manufacturing suffered in February, a surprisingly poor set of economic reports showed on Thursday. Separate data revealed a labor market still stuck in the doldrums, with the number of Americans lining up to claim first-time unemployment benefits jumping in the latest week. ...
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