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Today’s Top 10 Business News Headlines

• Consumer Spending Declines 0.1% in July
• Personal Income Up 0.2% in July
• Consumer Sentiment Unexpectedly Up in July
• Midwestern Manufacturing Highest Since May (Fox Business) 45 more words

Business Headlines

What Would YOU Do If You Won $100,000?

Well, this is not like winning a $100 million lottery. However, it is a good sum of money for us to have to spend. As marketers, we’d like to know if answers to this question differ by age group. 137 more words

Opportunity

Real Consumer Spending Falls in July

Personal Income rose 0.2 percent in July after rising 0.5 percent in June. Wages and salaries, the largest component of personal income, rose 0.2 percent in July after rising 0.4 percent in June. 110 more words

BEA News

Are Canadians taking on too much consumer debt?

Canadians have either become savvy stock market investors en masse, or we’re once again tapping credit cards and bank lines to fund our relatively comfortable lifestyles. 418 more words

Money

Retail sales surge to record high as consumers shake chilly spring

Consumer spending hit a new record in June, Statistics Canada said Friday, rising 1.1 per cent as shoppers spent more on general merchandise.

The rise surged past expectations held by economists, who were expected a more modest 0.3 per cent growth in retail sales. 93 more words

Money

Target's customers haven't forgiven it for that data breach

The numbers: Not great. Profits tumbled 62% to $234 million, as the big-box retailer spent nearly $150 million trying to straighten out its massive data breach from late last year… 132 more words

Consumer Spending and the Economy

In accordance with the newest Mortgage Search Tracker consumer desire has reached the highest levels.
Having accounted for of searches the focus has doubled in the past year as rates conjecture fuelled by the Savings Bank of England prompts more people to look at enhancing their present prices. 432 more words

Economy