Disposable Personal Income Ticks Up, Consumption Stays Flat

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Disposable Personal Income Ticks Up, Consumption Stays Flat

Both real disposable personal income and real personal consumption expenditures saw little change in July, the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis reports.

Real disposable personal income increased 0.1% in July. This follows a 0.2% decrease in a June and leaves real DPI up 0.8% from a year ago.

Disposable Personal Income

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Real personal consumption expenditures were essentially unchanged in July. In June, real PCE increased 0.2%. Real PCE are now up 1.7% from a year ago.

Disposable Personal Income Ticks Up, Consumption Stays Flat

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