Vital Signs for the Week of May 9
Perhaps the consumer won't stay home all summer after all. Higher oil prices, slowing wage growth, and a general consensus that the economy was losing steam were among the various reasons why economy watchers believed households would keep their gas-guzzling SUV's in the garage and their money in their wallets.
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