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Third-quarter economic growth sharply revised up to 3.6 percent

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The U.S. economy grew at a better-than-expected 3.6 annual rate in the third quarter, up from an initial reading of 2.8 percent, the Bureau of Economic Analysis announced Thursday. That beat analysts' expectations, which were for around 3 percent. The report's headline result suggests that the economy was strengthening heading into October and the government shutdown and debt limit fights that...

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