NAPLES FLA. —A majority of consumers plan to eat out at restaurants less frequently in the coming months as their concerns about the economy mount, according to a recent survey from investment bank RBC Capital Markets. RBC’s “Consumer Attitudes and Spending by Households Index,” released Sept. 17 during its annual consumer conference here, found that the consumer mood is “decidedly negative” and that consumer confidence had hit its ...
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