Households likely boosted spending last month as incomes rose, forecasters say, another sign the U.S. economy continued recovering into the fall from damage inflicted by the coronavirus pandemic
Households likely boosted spending last month as incomes rose, forecasters say, another sign the U.S. economy continued recovering into the fall from damage inflicted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Oct. 30, 2020 5:30 am ETHouseholds likely boosted spending last month as incomes rose, forecasters say, another sign the U.S. economy continued recovering into the fall from the damage inflicted by the coronavirus pandemic.Economists surveyed by The Wall Street Journal expect the Commerce Department to report Friday that personal-consumption expenditures—a measure of household spending on goods and services—rose 1% in September, the same increase as in the previous month. Household spending has been rising after a steep drop off earlier in the pandemic,...
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Maybe spending is up, because prices are up..Everything much higher priced ..From food to freezers .. Spending yet going into debt! I’m in retail and there is lots of frivolous spending by some while others are buying only needed merchandise like coats and sweaters. The rich verses the strapped. They make a reserve for the future! Ask them!)
Good thing we had a strong Trump economy going into this pandemic. are we singing in the rain next? More good news please(((
Education experts weigh in on Biden’s proposal to triple funding for low-income schoolsDemocratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has proposed tripling federal funding for Title I schools that have a high percentage of low-income students. MakeIt Nobody cares. Allow us to hear about the Biden crime family MakeIt MakeIt C'mon Man!
Here are the new income tax brackets for 2021The IRS has released its inflation adjustments for the standard deduction next year, as well as the marginal income tax brackets. Here's where you stand. There is no stimulus in November or December and possible in January 2021 depending on the new fight extends to March, Beware of the actions that will fall. Take care with jp Morgan and goldman they are selling with fake earnigs Get ready to get bent over and dry humped, everyone! How bout they pay out last years federal refunds 1st
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UPS CEO on holiday peak season: 'We've been planning for this for months''We are ready for the volume that's going to come our way,' UPS CEO Carol Tomé said as some wonder if the shipping industry will be crunched by a 'shipageddon.' Too bad many Americans won’t be able to afford shit.
Star Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence tests positive for COVID-19Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence, Heisman Trophy front-runner and likely top pick in 2021 NFL draft, has tested positive for COVID-19, Dabo Swinney announced. ❤️❤️ Hoping he heals quickly. Hope for a speedy recovery