Consumer Sentiment Falls to Lowest Level in a Decade – Retail Sales Tank in December


More bad news for Joe Biden — More devastating news for America.

The University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment for the US fell to 68.8 in January of 2022, the 2nd lowest level in a decade.

The University of #Michigan #Consumer #Sentiment for the US fell to 68.8 in Jan. of 2022, the 2nd lowest level in a decade and below market forecasts of 70, mainly due to the spread of the delta & omicron coronavirus variants and escalating inflation, preliminary estimates showed

— EGM Futures (@EgmFutures) January 14, 2022

University of Michigan consumer sentiment fell but 5-10 year #inflation expectations rise to 3.1% the highest since 2011

— Kathy Jones (@KathyJones) January 14, 2022

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And retail sales cratered in December. This is horrible news for the country.

#Bidenflation Stole Christmas: December Retail Sales Crash as High Prices and Shortages Weigh on Consumers via @BreitbartNews

— ❌ RED DAWN ᗩᗰEᖇIKᗩ❗ 🇺🇸 (@CliffWilkin) January 14, 2022

Retail sales fell a seasonally adjusted 1.9% in December compared with the previous month when sales increased 0.3%, the U.S. Commerce Department said Friday.

— KRNV (@KRNV) January 14, 2022

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