Capital Econ: Real Consumption Figures Remain Weak – ValueWalk Premium

Capital Econ: Real Consumption Figures Remain Weak

The Capital Economics, US Economics Weekly Bulletin focused on the weakness of real consumption during the first quarter this week, (20th April 2015) despite falling energy prices.
Real consumption

After several months of weather-related weakness, retail sales rebounded 0.9% m/m during March but this wasn’t enough to convince the markets that the US economy was getting back on track.

“The slump in energy prices triggered a big surge . . .

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