Photo: A worker arranges greeting cards at a store in San Francisco on June 7, 2024. A worker arranges greeting cards at a store in San Francisco on June 7, 2024.

Wide-ranging economic data illustrates a downshift in U.S. growth over the first half of the year tied to both the Federal Reserve's higher-for-longer borrowing costs policy and sting of lingering inflation.

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