Wealthy Americans are heading into holiday conspicuously lacking in seasonal spirit.
A study by Unity Marketing of 1,208 consumers with average incomes of $267,000 revealed a sharp downturn in the spending intentions of the affluent for both the holiday season and the next 12 months. This was coupled with a less-optimistic view of economic conditions in general and their own financial opportunities in particular.
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