Believe it or not, that's what the latest data shows: The US economy is bouncing back, or at least, retail spending is. The trend is clear especially in electronics, where spending has skyrocketed from a little above $US160 to almost $US190.
That figure is the average spending per user, post-Black Friday. The main winners were Best Buy - with an 18.3 per cent year-on-year growth - and Fry's - with 12.2 per cent. No only that but, spending in high-end retail has also increased, reverting a negative trend.
Great. Now all those people without a single penny in the bank would be able to be rejoice. [Mint]