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The US economy expanded at a one and a half percent pace between April and June 2 quarter GDP came in inline with analyst expectations.
But it also marked a sharp slowdown in consumer spending which is by far the single biggest driver of economic growth.
Consumers cut back on buying big pricey items like cars and coffee to.
Starbucks said -- sales slowed to a the end of the second quarter may -- people in time.
Tied -- go without copy or find it cheaper alternative.
Starbucks reported second quarter profits that missed expectations and it offered a weak outlook.
Oil giant Chevron says its profits fell 7% to seven point two billion dollars that was better than expected.
The decline was the result of lower oil prices and reduced production.
-- London Olympics aren't here for whatever records the athletes set over the next few weeks this Summer Olympics have set their own record 101000 official merchandise items are on sale.
It's the largest selection of -- -- rubber ducks key -- an umbrella is tied to the Olympic Games ever that's from Marlon on foxbusiness.com.
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