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US economy grew a 2.5 percent between June and July.
Economists had predicted the revision to come in at 2.3 percent from an earlier read at one point 7% last month.
And while by no means impressive still -- slowest rate in decades it does show is slowly improving economy.
But American companies exporting more and consumers buying domestic but -- -- -- the country chronically slow growth squeezing out middle class Americans.
The -- We all know that the middle classes fallen behind.
You know you can just look at the numbers you can read every headline is true but the reason -- their -- behind is that the majority of their income as the generalization.
Is tied to the CPI which doesn't really reflect the real call the living increase.
So they're getting two or 3% increases in their salaries but their costs are going up about 10%.
Up per year depending on what city -- Key to this number however is the fact that it's the final meeting before the Federal Reserve's meeting this September.
That's in the Central Bank may decide whether or not to pull back its economic stimulus and that Wall Street and main street fend for themselves.
-- on the foxbusiness.com for more in new York and Tracy Byrnes.
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