Article | October 16, 2023

U.S. Consumer Spending Is Weaker But Still Growing

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U.S. consumer spending, while still higher than last year, has started to decline, leading to concerns among retailers. Reports show a slowdown in spending on goods, with consumers tightening their wallets due to financial pressures, reduced savings, and reliance on borrowing. However, spending on experiences like travel and dining out remains strong, indicating a shift in consumer priorities.

The retail sector is feeling the impact, possibly leading to a leaner holiday shopping season and potential early deals for shoppers. Amidst uncertainties caused by the pandemic, supply chain issues, inflation, and low unemployment, the future of consumer spending and its economic implications remain unpredictable.

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