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The economic calendar includes another test for the US consumer

Tech and auto: Betting on Windsor at large Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas

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Megan met @CA_CODURHAM  & @advicembro  to hear about issues in relation to consumer vulnerability. She heard about the work they do supporting victims of scams and those in debt, as well as those struggling to access to financial services in rural parts of Durham. #FCAlistens 

The media giant unveiled its plans for Peacock, a new direct-to-consumer internet-delivered service that will feature a mix of current NBC shows, original scripted series, movies from the Universal Pictures library, sports content and news programs.

Sberbank - Commodities Daily - January 17, 2020: > Oil trades sideways amid downbeat IEA report, mixed data from China. Today, investors will eye UK retail sales, eurozone CPI, and US housing starts, building permits and Michiganconsumer confidence,…

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Things are going along very well with China. They are paying us Tens of Billions of Dollars, made possible by their monetary devaluations and pumping in massive amounts of cash to keep their system going. So far our consumer is paying nothing - and no inflation. No help from Fed!

The Trump Administration is revoking California’s Federal Waiver on emissions in order to produce far less expensive cars for the consumer, while at the same time making the cars substantially SAFER. This will lead to more production because of this pricing and safety......

Drug makers and companies are not living up to their commitments on pricing. Not being fair to the consumer, or to our Country!

Nothing to see here folks🚨🚨🚨Just the largest employer in Delaware, paying a Biden during the years the senator supported legislation promoted by the credit card industry & opposed by consumer groups. MBNA Paid Biden's Son As Biden Backed Bill - CBS

Good things were stated on the call with China the other day. They are eating the Tariffs with the devaluation of their currency and “pouring” money into their system. The American consumer is fine with or without the September date, but much good will come from the short.....

There is no reason for the U.S. Consumer to pay the Tariffs, which take effect on China today. This has been proven recently when only 4 points were paid by the U.S., 21 points by China because China subsidizes product to such a large degree. Also, the Tariffs can be.....

Since November 8th, Election Day, the Stock Market has posted $3.2 trillion in GAINS and consumer confidence is at a 15 year high. Jobs!

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