Incomes Are Up, And So Is SpendingBy
That's mainly because the job numbers are especially encouraging for consumer spending--some two-thirds of GDP. More jobs and hours mean that household incomes are growing much faster than previously thought and that savings are much higher. That explains why consumers have been increasingly willing to take on more installment debt in recent months.
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