JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Hispanic consumers tend to be more optimistic about their financial prospects than non-Hispanics, with 32% expecting their household income to increase during the next year, according to research released Monday. That compares with 22% of non-Hispanics who expect household income gains, according to "The Hispanic Why? Behind the Buy" research report from Acosta’s AMG Strategic Advisors here and New York-based Univision Communications. The report ...
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