High US demand seems unlikely to fall immediately

US private consumption is still at a record high, and demand for goods into the country doesn't seem set to wane in the near future, writes Sea-Intelligence.

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The latest numbers on US consumption for October 2021 once again set a new record – and although the type of goods changes continually, the country's enormous demand doesn't seem set to wane in the immediate future.

Sea-Intelligence concludes as much upon a closer examination of the most recent figures from the US Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA).

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