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Not all categories of consumer durables have witnessed historically slow spending growth in the current recovery, although the interest-rate sensitivity of spending on such goods may still have declined.
Consumer durable financing lost sheen post the financial crisis of 2008 when big firms like Citi and GE Money chose to exit the business, as sectors like consumer durables, personal loans and credit cards represented unsecured lending and thereby risk of higher deliquencies.
If the middle household in the income distribution has a more positive outlook for income, its durables consumption could well be higher, which would push up durables consumption overall.
While, global consumer electronics and durables industry is growing at about 10 per cent CAGR and is currently estimated at about Rs 16 lakh crore and is likely to cross Rs 21 lakh crore mark by 2015, according to the study.
La premiere Loi federale sur le developpement durable (LFDD) a recu la sanction royale le 26 juin 2008.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-4 December 2006-GfK publishes list of top 5 consumer durable products for Christmas(C)1994-2006 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
The more than 50 percent devaluation in the national currency (the Dominican peso) over the past 12 months put most imported durables beyond the reach of the average Dominican household.
The capitalization of those higher expected returns boosted equity prices, contributing to a substantial pickup in household spending on new homes, durable goods, and other types of consumption generally, beyond even that implied by the enhanced rise in real incomes.
The consumer durables in the case were appliances, furniture, televisions, stereos and video cassette recorders, which were leased to individuals under rent-to-own leases.
Looking at the composition of retail sales shows that durable goods purchases account for much of the weakness in consumer demand.
In New England, the above-average increase in nonfarm payrolls was mainly accounted for by construction, trade, and durables manufacturing.