BOSTON Fifty-nine percent of Americans plan to eat out less over the next three months and only 20 percent intend to order appetizers, desserts or higher-priced entrees, according to a new consumer survey. The findings by the RBC Capital Markets securities brokerage firm point to a further belt-tightening among consumers since August, when 54 percent said they planned to dine out less and 27 percent anticipated scaling back their meals. The survey found that 43 percent of respondents ...
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