U.S. consumers spent an average of $87 per day last month, a strong rebound from $78 in January, which had been the lowest estimate in 14 months, according to Gallup.  

Average daily spending for February was the strongest for the month of February since 2008, when daily spending averaged $106, according to Gallup's daily tracking estimates. The value provides an estimate of consumers’ discretionary spending because it does not include normal household bills and major purchases such as homes and cars.

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