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PSCU Jul 6
Glynn Frechette, SVP at , shares into the latest identifying the impact of on and . View the :
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Barclays Investment Bank Jul 8
Clothing and footwear sales are just shy of pre-virus levels, of which the share of offline has bounced back to 40% since UK shops reopened in mid-June.
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ET Wealth Jul 7
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Facteus 14h
NEW 🇺🇸 CONSUMER SPENDING REPORT: Restaurants 🥂 🍽 Restaurants ⬇️ -15% YOY due to after surging 2 weeks ago 🍔🍟 Fast Food stays steady ⬆️ +4% YOY See our updated reports:
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Facteus Jul 8
NEW 🇺🇸 CONSUMER SPENDING REPORT: July 5 ❃ Restaurants, department stores & air travel ⬇️ ❃ 🍔🍟 Fast Food stays steady ❃ Retail spend overall is steady See our updated reports:
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Peer 2 Peer Boards Jul 2
Great report from on the seven core drivers of that will shape over the next 10 years. This year, they are incorporating seven key factors that drive decisions. Read the whole report here 👉
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Facteus 9h
NEW DATA: 🇺🇸 Consumer Spending thru July 8 The 4th of July consumer spending surge is real. 👀 But will it last? See our updated reports:
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Troy Hedman Jul 5
The economy is beginning to recover from lockdowns according to an increase in consumer spending during the month of May.
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Wayne M Crane Jul 6
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Menzies LLP Jul 8
Will the decision to increase the SDLT threshold to £500,000 immediately for all buyers until April be enough to reboot the housing market and encourage ?
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ET Retail Jul 7
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Amigo News 🇬🇧 Jul 8
BREITBART - Consumer Borrowing Sank While Spending Grew in May
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#BlackLivesMatter🌊BlogForArizona🌹 Jul 8
A is Popular with   “A simple idea whose time may have arrived. drives our , it makes sense for us to protect that spending in times of .”
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WatchOurCity.com Jul 8
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CreditCollectionNews Jul 8
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New Payment Innovation Jul 8
Offaly consumers spending more on clothes, fast food and hardware. Consumers spent an average of €75 on clothing, up from €60 before stores closed Read More:
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Daily Marketing Numbers Jul 7
Delayed Purchases Due To Coronavirus 🦠 Nearly a third of US internet users ages 16 to 64 have delayed booking any vacations as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. 👇
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Facteus Jul 7
Driving Over Air Travel, Takeout Over Cafes: Pandemic Shapes Consumption Economists say consumer habits reflect continued social distancing amid fears the pandemic won’t be ending soon via
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Todd Jul 4
Read the latest analysis from Grant Thornton's own Diane Swonk on : Incomes Contract, Spending Bounces Back and Prices Plummet
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Insight DIY Jul 3
.'s latest High Street Sales Tracker reveals the best retail sales result since February, despite another sharp fall
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