Americans are finally pulling back on spending

Posted on AllSides June 15th, 2022
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Americans are starting to pull back on spending in the face of rising gas prices and interest rates. US retail sales dropped slightly in May from the previous month—by 0.3%—and were below economists’ expectations of a small increase.

Most of the drop can be attributed to flagging car sales, which fell 3.5%. Excluding cars, overall retail sales rose. But Americans also spent less on furniture, electronics, online shopping, and personal care.

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