With many stores and restaurants closed last month, consumer spending plunged. That's a big blow for the economy, since consumers are the nation's biggest economic engine.

Consumer Spending Plunged More Than 13 Percent In April Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

By Scott Horsley NPR
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