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6th Jun 2022 22:00U.S., Daily Monitor

As Memorial Day distortions fade, we see few signs that consumers are scaling back spending.

The surge in retail and wholesale inventory-building is coming to an end, pushing down imports.

Spiking consumer credit is not necessarily a sign of broad financial distress due to soaring gas prices.

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