NewsWatch: Stock-market bulls are counting on the consumer staying strong — should they?

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Bulls are convinced the American consumer — and the stock market — are going to be fine, even if politicians fail to approve another round of fiscal stimulus before next month’s elections. But some economists see consumption taking a big hit after a robust third quarter. See full story.

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