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Articles About consumer spending
China Trade War: New Trump Tariffs Could Raise Prices on These Common Products
How Much Money Does the Average American Spend a Year? What the Typical Person Pays for Food, Gas and More
15 Favorite Stores We Wish Would Come Back From the Dead
Why Malls Don’t Have Clocks and Other Tricks They Use to Get You to Spend More Money
5 Things You Should Rent, and Not Buy
’80s Flashback: 10 Things Everyone Was Buying in the Reagan Era
The 7 Most Overpriced Products of 2016
5 Ways to Spend Your Gas Tax Savings
5 Products Americans Are Not Buying Anymore
5 Things That Are Going to Cost Your Family More This Summer
5 Things Americans Are Spending Less Money On
3 Ways to Save Money on Your Next Vacation
3 Charts Revealing the Weak Consumer
Jobless Claims: Despite Increase, Labor Market Is ‘Having Lift-Off’
Yellen Has Labor Market Blues, But Full Employment Is as Close as 2016
How Does Time Perception Influence Your Money Decisions?
Labor Market Flashback: How Did Jobless Claims Drop to 2006 Levels?
Are Falling Jobless Claims a Sign June’s Hiring Flurry Wasn’t a Fluke?
Here’s What’s Holding the Economy Back
Are Consumers Holding Back or Just Calming Down?
Does the U.S. Economy Still Have a Demand Problem?
Catch-22 Economics: Confidence Falls as Growth Contracts
Decreasing Jobless Claims: Good News or Just Not Bad News?
Should This Recession-Like GDP Growth Worry You?
Consumers Continue to Tread Water in Choppy Economy
Is the Great Recession Over for Small Businesses?
3 Stocks for the Upcoming Tourist Season
Consumers Under Attack from Stagnant Wages and Inflation
Is the Stage Set for Wal-Mart to Underperform?
Target Warning Rings True: Q4 Was Meaningfully Weak
A Weak January Leaves Macy’s Waiting for Customers to Return
Investors Are Saying Goodbye to J.C. Penney on a Grand Scale
Investors Displeased By MasterCard’s Less-Than-Masterful Q4
2013 Gives U.S. Manufacturers Best Quarter in Years
The Wealth Effect Hits Consumer Sentiment
GE Tops Estimates: Sign of Stronger Economy or Cost-Cutting?
Do Jobless Claims Promise a Strong January?
Is Inflation Finally Starting to Gain Traction?
Fed: Economy Ended 2013 With More Moderate Growth
Wal-Mart Strikes Worried Management and Interested Anonymous
Top 10 Brands Consumers and Investors Love
How Healthy Is the American Consumer This January?
Bad Weather Gave Retailers a Tough But Not Worrying December
Are Politics and Government Regulation Still Weighing on the Recovery?
Did Cash-Strapped Americans Keep These Retailers From Cheering?
Where Is the Labor Market Recovery Heading in 2014?
No News Is Not Good News for J.C. Penney Investors
December Labor Gains: Broad-Based and 2013′s Best
Consumer Spending: What Came First, the Chicken or the Egg?
Here’s Who’s Happy About the Economy — and Who’s Not
U.S. Economy: Ending 2013 With Good Momentum
Can Increasing Consumer Spending Be Sustained in 2014
Gasoline Price Forecast: Will Americans Catch a Break in 2014?
Is It a Happy Holiday for American Retailers?
Pfizer’s Viagra Going Generic: Cheaper Options Coming Soon
Modest Economy Means Modest Holiday Retail Sales
Money Goals Hit Record High for New Year’s Resolutions