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Topic - Ted Weiseman
Ted Weiseman, economist at Morgan Stanley, said his forecast for 3.8 percent consumer spending growth during the Christmas selling season "would be the best gain in three years."
Growth likely rose at a solid 2.8 percent pace in the first quarter and is down somewhat to a softer 1.5 percent in the current quarter, he said.