Month: October 2020

Americans Burn Through A Staggering $724BN In Annualized Savings In August As Stimulus Fades

Lower income coupled with higher spending in a time when the vast majority of Americans were looking forward to more stimulus meant that US consumers rapidly burned through savings. At the same time, the personal savings rate collapsed by 17.7%. This means that a whopping 60% of the personal savings built up in the aftermath of the COVID fiscal stimulus tide have now been used up. So, unless a new fiscal deal is in place, US consumption will crater unless somehow the millions of unemployed workers who still desperately rely on government stimulus find a job.

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