TITLE

News In Brief: Personal Income, Spending Both Up

AUTHOR(S)
Vekshin, Alison
PUB. DATE
March 2002
SOURCE
Bond Buyer;3/4/2002, Vol. 339 Issue 31336, p2
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Presents several news briefs related to the U.S. finance industry as of March 4, 2002. Rise in personal income and consumption expenditure; Increase in spending levels; Percentage increase in disposable personal income over economists' predictions; Contributions of different sectors in the total personal income.
ACCESSION #
7021302

 

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