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US consumers are spending more, despite rising inflation

US consumer spending has proved surprisingly resilient in the face of surging inflation. Image: Unsplash/Denisse Leon

Felix Richter

Data Journalist, Statista

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Despite inflation, U.S. consumers are still spending confidently. Image: Statista

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