Data Round-Up: Solid Income Gains Fueling Near +2.5% Consumption for 16Q4

posted by Michael Lewis on November 30, 2016

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Based on these early results, real consumption is on track to grow near a respectable +2.5% this quarter.


FMI’s analyses of today’s October Personal Income & Consumption report and November Chicago Purchasing Managers Index (plus other regional surveys this month), as well as our Summary of major data released in November and Schedule of major releases in December.

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