Personal income of American consumers in September rose 0.4 percent, expenses increased by 1.0%



According to the report of the Bureau of economic analysis U.S. Department of Commerce, personal income of American consumers in September rose by 0.4% compared with the previous month, after rising 0.2% a month earlier.

Analysts predicted the growth of consumer income in September by 0.4%.

Real disposable incomes increased 0.4%.

Personal expenses of American consumers in September rose by 1.0% compared to the previous month after expanding 0.1% in August.

Analysts had expected a rise in consumer spending in September by 0.8%.

The savings rate stood at 3.1% compared to 3.6% a month earlier.




Personal income of American consumers in September rose 0.4 percent, expenses increased by 1.0% 30.10.2017

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