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Consumer's ‘Real’ Spending Is Actually Contracting

Consumer’s ‘real’ spending is actually contracting when accounting for inflation, says Eric Theoret. He talks about how stocks are falling in a major market sell-off, highlighting the Dow Jones Transportation Average ($DJT). He also talks about how the Fed can fight inflation and what market weakness means for the economy. He then goes over the chances of a recession in 2022. Tune in to find out more.

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