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U.S. | 18 August 2017 Sluggish Income Growth has Held Back Consumption, that will Change
Consumer confidence surveys have risen since the elections to levels consistent with very rapid growth in real spending.

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18 August 2017 Sluggish Income Growth has Held Back Consumption, that will Change

By Ian Shepherdson

Consumer confidence surveys have risen since the elections to levels consistent with very rapid growth in real spending.

Posted: 17th Aug 2017 in 'U.S.'

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