Consumer spending rose more than expected in October gaining 0.7 percent over September. Federal Reserve officials have cautioned that consumer spending could decline in the coming months however, as rising unemployment and difficulty in arranging consumer credit loans could see a reduction in demand for big-ticket items including autos, home, and appliances.
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