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Survey finds business leaders are more downbeat

by Mitchell Hartman Jun 12, 2019
Duke University's Global Business Outlook finds nearly half of U.S. CFOs expect a recession by spring 2020.
A sign is posted on the window of a closed CVS store on June 10, 2019 in San Francisco, California.
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Maybe a recession is not as imminent as we think

by Meghan McCarty Carino Apr 23, 2019
Retails sales are up, wages are rising and economists are beginning to revise their thinking.
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Economy slows, consumer confidence grows. What?

by Mitchell Hartman Mar 15, 2019
The early March sentiment survey from the University of Michigan shows Americans’ good feelings about the state of economy are up more than 4 percent and expectations for the future increased more than 5 percent. At the same time, there’s a…

Fed: U.S. household net worth drops to lowest level since financial crisis

by Andy Uhler Mar 8, 2019
The Federal Reserve reports the net worth of U.S. households dropped 3.4 percent in the fourth quarter of last year and is now at the lowest level since the financial crisis. A look at what that drop could mean for…
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Economy remains strong, but there are warning signs

by Kimberly Adams Nov 30, 2018
Consumer spending rose in September at its fastest pace in seven months. Personal incomes rose by the largest amount in nine months. Inflation seems under control. All of this can be seen as signs of future economic growth, so the…

With holiday shopping approaching, consumers weigh pocketbook issues

by Mitchell Hartman Oct 26, 2018
Consumer sentiment has been strong.
The billions of dollars spent on holiday shopping each year leaves out one big piece of the gift-giving puzzle.
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With holiday shopping approaching, consumers weigh pocketbook issues

by Mitchell Hartman Oct 26, 2018
Consumer sentiment has been strong.
The billions of dollars spent on holiday shopping each year leaves out one big piece of the gift-giving puzzle.
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Consumer spending lags confidence

by Kimberly Adams Mar 27, 2018
Americans say they’re optimistic about the economy. But stores aren’t seeing it in sales numbers, yet. Click the audio player above to hear the full story. 

Holiday travel up with consumer confidence

by Dan Gorenstein Nov 17, 2017
A resurgence is stocks, healthier home values and a low unemployment rate is boosting consumer optimism, which in turn means even more people are expected to travel this Thanksgiving holiday. Click the audio player above to hear the full story. 

Actually, consumers are pretty happy

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Sep 30, 2016
Consumer confidence levels are up.
Some consumers are feeling secure in their jobs.
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