U.S. Households Probably Tempered Their Purchases in July: ChartBy
Increases in U.S. consumer spending exceeded income gains in all but one month in the first half of this year, providing the biggest spark for growth in the economy. That may have changed in July as American shoppers took a breather, according to the median estimate of economists surveyed by Bloomberg ahead of Commerce Department data due on Monday.
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