In the news: Festive charge

Amid the festive spending chaos of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the FCA steps in with protection for vulnerable consumers
by Bethan Rees

Men in the US are likely to spend more money than women in this festive period, according to Lauren Thomas for CNBC. 

In a recent survey by investment management company JLL of 1,000 US consumers, around 30% of men said they plan to spend more than US$750 during November and December, compared to 25% of women. Women are planning to be more cautious, with 44% of respondents saying they have a “moderate budget” of between US$250 and US$750 for gifts. Only 36% of men in comparison said they had the same budget. 
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Published: 23 Nov 2018
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