WASHINGTON, Oct 9- U.S. wholesale inventories rose in August, boosted by larger stocks of computers and professional equipment used by businesses. The Commerce Department said on Friday that wholesale inventories increased 0.1 percent, outpacing the median forecast of a flat reading in a Reuters poll. Inventories are a key component of gross domestic product...» Read More
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