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The majority of experts anticipate that consumer spending will keep the economy afloat despite mounting recessionary risks
Consumer spending in the United States seems to have risen significantly in April, with households increasing their expenditures at restaurants and bars as well as online shops, showing hints of resilience in the face of escalating economic headwinds. Other figures released on Tuesday that showed a spike in factory production last month helped to support the economy's stronger future even further. In May, sentiment among homebuilders reached a 10-month high. The information supported April's strong job growth and suggested that the economy was recovering after activity slowed in February and March. Strong pay growth brought on by a tight labor market is supporting spending, but consumers are becoming pickier and more cost-conscious due to high inflation and rising interest rates.
The majority of experts anticipate that consumer spending will keep the economy afloat despite mounting recessionary risks as the cumulative and delayed impacts of the Federal Reserve's quickest monetary policy tightening effort since the 1980s begin to spread out. The information did not alter economists' beliefs that the U.S. central bank would stop raising interest rates in the following month. The manufacturing sector, which makes up 11.3% of the US GDP, is being constrained by rising borrowing costs, but economists said the industry was benefiting by not overproducing before a crisis.