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The Financial State of the American Household

In the third quarter of 2010, household net worth increased $1.2 trillion to $54.9 trillion.  As the economy continues to look up so does household wealth, or the difference between the value of a household’s total assets and total liabilities.  Consumer spending is up and corporate profits continue to exceed analyst expectations.  Thanks to signs of a recovering economy, projections for the coming year indicate continued economic growth. Take a closer look at The Financial State of the American Household:

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3 responses to “The Financial State of the American Household”

  1.'/ yesiamcheap says:

    This does to show that all the doom and gloom might not be necessary. Households are recovering but of course it won’t be overnight. I guess we should not fear a double dip recession.

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