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U.S. consumer spending climbs 0.8% in September

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch)
Consumer spending in the U.S. rose a seasonally adjusted 0.8% in September, the Commerce Department said Monday
Spending for August was unchanged at a 0.5% increase
Personal income, meanwhile, rose a slower 0.4% in September
Economists surveyed by MarketWatch had forecast a 0.7% increase in spending and a 0.4% rise in personal income
Since incomes rose slower than spending, the personal savings rate fell to 3.3% from 3.7%
Also, inflation as gauged by the PCE price index increased 0.4% in September
The core PCE index was up 0.1%.

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WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) - The employment cost index, which measures the price of U.S. labor, rose 0.4% in the third quarter, the Labor Department said Wednesday. That was slightly below the second quarter's increase of 0.5%. Over the past 12 months, employment costs have risen 2.0%, up from 1.7% in the prior three-month period. The ECI is a closely followed gauge that reflects how much companies, governments or nonprofit institutions are paying their employees in wages and benefits. Wages - which account for 70% of employment costs - rose 0.3% in the third quarter, while benefits jumped 0.8%. Year-on-year, wages were up 1.7%, compared with a 1.6% gain in the same period last year. Benefits registered a 2.6% year-on-year increase, down from a 3.2% gain in the same period last year.