So far there’s little evidence Irma and Harvey have dented the U.S. economy

The U.S. economy appears to have largely shrugged off the damaged caused by the hurricanes that ravaged Texas and Florida, according to one of the first looks at the growth in September. Service-oriented companies that employ most Americans expanded a touch slower this month while manufacturers grew slightly faster, IHS Markit reported Friday.

Source: MarketWatch


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