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Equifax breach could shake consumer confidence, cut spending - MyAJC

Published: Tue, 19 Sep 2017 19:20:07 GMT


MyAJC

Equifax breach could shake consumer confidence, cut spending
MyAJC
It's too early to know if Equifax's massive data breach will have a significant impact on the U.S. economy, but it's not too soon to worry, economists say. The Atlanta-based company recently acknowledged that information on 143 million people was ...

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Irma Sparked Florida Consumer Spending Roller-Coaster Ride ... - Bloomberg

Published: Thu, 14 Sep 2017 12:43:50 GMT


Bloomberg

Irma Sparked Florida Consumer Spending Roller-Coaster Ride ...
Bloomberg
Consumer spending in Miami and Fort Lauderdale plunged more than 57 percent from a year earlier last weekend as Hurricane Irma caused residents to ...

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Economic Forecast 2018-2019: Consumer Spending Grows Slowly - Forbes

Published: Fri, 08 Sep 2017 13:30:36 GMT


Forbes

Economic Forecast 2018-2019: Consumer Spending Grows Slowly
Forbes
Consumer spending is an important part of the economic forecast, though not the whole story. To predict future spending, I look at consumer incomes, pent-up demand, interest rates and credit availability, and attitudes. But attitudes are mostly ...

US consumer spending up 0.3 percent in July - The Washington Post - Washington Post

Published: Thu, 31 Aug 2017 12:39:17 GMT


Washington Post

US consumer spending up 0.3 percent in July - The Washington Post
Washington Post
Consumer spending increased in July at the fastest pace in three months, while incomes grew by the largest amount since February, both encouraging signs for ...

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Economic Forecast 2018-2019: Consumer Spending Grows Slowly ... - Seeking Alpha

Published: Sat, 09 Sep 2017 18:15:05 GMT


Economic Forecast 2018-2019: Consumer Spending Grows Slowly ...
Seeking Alpha
Consumer spending is an important part of the economic forecast, though not the whole story. To predict future spending, I look at consumer incomes, pent-up ...

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Canada's Economy Surges 4.5% on Consumer Spending - Bloomberg

Published: Thu, 31 Aug 2017 12:55:17 GMT


Bloomberg

Canada's Economy Surges 4.5% on Consumer Spending
Bloomberg
The bottoming of the oil shock in western Canada is also helping, along with federal deficit spending, rising industrial production in developed economies and soaring home prices in Toronto and Vancouver. The second-quarter gain marks a fourth straight ...
Second-quarter GDP hits Trump's 3% targetBusiness Insider
US second-quarter GDP growth revised up, fastest in over two yearsReuters
US Q2 GDP Growth Revised Higher To 3.0%, Consumer Spending BuoyantEconomic Calendar
New York Times -Toledo Blade -Ottawa Business Journal -Bureau of Economic Analysis
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US personal income rose 0.4% in July vs 0.3% increase expected - CNBC

Published: Thu, 31 Aug 2017 12:36:32 GMT


MarketWatch

US personal income rose 0.4% in July vs 0.3% increase expected
CNBC
U.S. consumer spending rose slightly less than expected in July and annual inflation increased at its slowest pace since late 2015. The data could bolster expectations that the Federal Reserve will delay raising interest rates until December. Growth in ...
Consumer spending kicks into higher gear in JulyMarketWatch
Correction to US Consumer Spending ArticleFox Business
US consumer spending rises modestly; inflation retreatsReuters.com
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US retail sales fell 0.2% in Aug, vs 0.1% increase expected - CNBC

Published: Fri, 15 Sep 2017 12:37:55 GMT


CNBC

US retail sales fell 0.2% in Aug, vs 0.1% increase expected
CNBC
U.S. retail sales unexpectedly fell in August as Hurricane Harvey likely depressed motor vehicle purchases, suggesting a moderation in consumer spending in the third quarter. The Commerce Department said on Friday retail sales dropped 0.2 percent last ...
US Economic Growth Hampered By Recent HurricanesWall Street Journal (subscription)
Hurricane Harvey Holds Down August Retail SalesU.S. News & World Report
Houston Flood Relief Fund | Emergencies & Disasters - YouCaringYouCaring

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US stocks jump after report of stronger consumer spending - ABC News

Published: Thu, 31 Aug 2017 14:17:05 GMT


Minneapolis Star Tribune

US stocks jump after report of stronger consumer spending
ABC News
U.S. stocks rose again Thursday as investors were pleased with a report that showed spending by U.S. consumers grew in July, along with wages and salaries. Health care and technology companies lead the way and the Nasdaq composite closed at a ...
Markets Right Now: Stocks rise as US consumer spending growsThe Seattle Times
Stocks jump on stronger consumer spendingSan Mateo Daily Journal

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Want to know where the UK economy is heading? Listen to what John Lewis and Next are saying — it's not good - Business Insider

Published: Thu, 14 Sep 2017 08:46:43 GMT


Business Insider

Want to know where the UK economy is heading? Listen to what John Lewis and Next are saying — it's not good
Business Insider
Major UK retailers John Lewis and Next became the latest shops to warn of a slowdown in consumer spending on Thursday, in yet another sign of a serious slowdown in household spending that could be disastrous for the UK economy. John Lewis Group ...

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