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23 Mar. 2015 Savings Rate Jump is Temporary - It Will Reverse in Spring

By Ian Shepherdson

If we are right in our view that the lag between shifts in gasoline prices and the response from consumers is about six months--longer than markets seem to think--then the next few months should see spending surge.

Posted: 23rd Mar 2015 in 'U.S. Documents'

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