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U.S. Documents | 27 March 2018 Consumers' Spending Constrained by Cashflow, not Confidence
Whichever way you choose to slice the numbers, consumers' spending is growing much more slowly than is implied by an array of confidence surveys.

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27 March 2018 Consumers' Spending Constrained by Cashflow, not Confidence

By Ian Shepherdson

Whichever way you choose to slice the numbers, consumers' spending is growing much more slowly than is implied by an array of confidence surveys.

Posted: 26th Mar 2018 in 'U.S. Documents'

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