Forgoing the Chinese Lunar New Year festivities means spending less money on partying and spending a lot of time indoors.
The U.S. Commerce Department delivered new evidence on Friday that the American consumer is helping to fuel economic growth.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is reviewing a 2009 rule that regulates how banks charge customers who overdraw their checking accounts.
A look at consumer prices as our listeners get ready for summer.
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Government shutdown 2019
The Democratic plan received one more vote than the Republican proposal.
One growing trend in toy-buying is so-called gender-neutral playthings – toys that don’t reinforce gender stereotypes like trucks for boys or dolls for girls. But those stereotypes appear hard to shake for both toy makers and consumers. Click the audio…
New survey finds nearly half of Americans feel pressured to overspend on gifts.
Terminals in major cities are undergoing renovations and relying on the allure of local shops to keep travelers spending.
U.S. consumer spending rose for a 7th straight month in September, according the the Commerce Department. Economists expect that trend to continue despite slow wage growth.