Consumer Spending in U.S. Drops; Incomes Unchanged

May 31 (Bloomberg) -- Consumer spending in the U.S. unexpectedly declined in April as incomes stagnated. Household purchases dropped 0.2 percent, a Commerce Department report showed today in Washington. Incomes were unchanged and prices dropped by the most in more than four years. Betty Liu and Michael McKee report on Bloomberg Television's "In the Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)
Demand Is Increasing for Retail Space: Fischel
47:31 - Intu Properties Chief Executive Officer David Fischel discusses his company's earnings, the commercial property sector in the U.K. and where he's seeing growth. He speaks to Bloomberg's Anna Edwards on "Countdown." (Source: Bloomberg)
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