(Adds consumer sentiment, home sales; changes byline, changes dateline, previous WASHINGTON) By Ros Krasny CHICAGO, Dec 23 (Reuters) - U.S. consumers headed for the holidays in a cheery mood, but some real estate agents and home builders might fear a lump of coal in their Christmas stockings, reports showed on Friday. The Commerce Department said sales of U.S. single-family homes slumped 11.3 percent in November, the largest one-month decline since January 1994. "This is consistent ...
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