ATLANTA —Despite another jump in the national unemployment rate and conflicting economic indicators released last month, a new survey shows that consumers’ plans to spend at restaurants are only improving as confidence in the economy grows. According to Atlanta-based RBC Capital Markets’ September restaurant spending survey, restaurant spending plans rose 3 percentage points from the prior survey in May, and 14 percentage points from the same September survey a year ago. ...
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