Karen Dynan

Co-Director of the Economic Studies Program, Brookings Institution

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Co-director of the Economic Studies program at the Brookings Institution

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Consumer spending accounts for 70 percent of the US economy, so the holiday shopping season is an important measure of economic recovery.

Holiday Shopping, China and Economic Recovery

Consumer spending accounts for 70 percent of the US economy, so the holiday shopping season is an important measure of economic recovery.

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Consumer spending is 70 percent of the US economy, so what did Black Friday and Cyber Monday reveal about this year's holiday season?

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Consumer spending is 70 percent of the US economy, so what did Black Friday and Cyber Monday reveal about this year's holiday season?

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