COMMERCE REPORT AMERICANS REINED IN SPENDING IN AUGUST

By | June 13, 2017

Commerce report: Americans reined in spending in August

From July to August, American consumers largely reined in spending — represented by a 0.1 percent increase. Sales, though, grew by 6.6 percent over August 2017, the figures showed.
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Commerce report: Americans reined in spending in August

From July to August, American consumers largely reined in spending — represented by a 0.1 percent increase. Sales, though, grew by 6.6 percent over August 2017, the figures showed.
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Commerce report: Individuals reined in spending in August

From July to August, American customers largely reined in spending — represented by a 0.1 p.c enhance. Gross sales, although, grew by 6.6 p.c over August 2017, the figures confirmed. Total gross sales have been a seasonally adjusted $509 billion in August, the division’s report mentioned.
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U.S. Retail Sales Rose in August — Update – morningstar.com

In August, sales at gas stations rose by 1.7%, and were up 20.3% from a year earlier. Retail sales data can be volatile from month to month.
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Consumers cut back on spending in August |Chain Store Age

Retail sales inched up 0.1% in August over July and 5% year-over-year as the economy continued to grow despite concerns about the growing trade war, the National Retail Federation reported.
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Job creation in August falls to 156,000, lower than 2017

Sept. 1 (UPI) — The U.S. economy added 156,000 jobs in August, the Labor Department reported Friday, less than the year’s monthly average of 184,000 new jobs.
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Retail Sales Rose 0.1% in August, July Increase Revised Up

WASHINGTON–American consumers reined in their spending in August, taking a breather after very strong sales growth in July. Sales at retail stores and restaurants rose 0.1% from the prior month
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Global Economy Week Ahead: Consumer Spending, Fed Minutes

The week ahead will feature September consumer spending data and China’s economic growth figures. The Fed also releases minutes from its Sept. 25-26 meeting.
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Retail Sales Rose 0.1% in August, July Increase Revised Up

WASHINGTON–American consumers reined in their spending in August, taking a breather after very strong sales growth in July. Sales at retail stores and restaurants rose 0.1% from the prior month to a seasonally adjusted $509 billion in August, the Commerce Department said Friday.
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U.S. Retail Sales Rose Slightly in September — Update

By Harriet Torry . WASHINGTON — American consumers reined in their spending at restaurants and department stores in September, resulting in the second straight month of weak retail spending.
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