Up to $13 billion in 2017. Brick-and-mortar gets some relief. Consumers not amused.
Yup, consumers have to spend more to buy the same stuff.
Dallas-Fort Worth, not San Francisco, is in second red-hottest place.
Even as “hedonic quality adjustments” perform miracles to repress surging new and used vehicle inflation.
I’m shedding a different light on consumer debt.
Subprime is calling.
Despite the hand-wringing in the headlines.
After the party, the hangover.
Fed’s favorite inflation gauge spikes, consumer spending holds up solidly.
“I wish I’d torn that ticket up.”