Americans saved $14.5 billion in 1956, more than in any year since World
War II and nearly double 1955's savings, the Securities and Exchange
Commission revealed this week. At the same time thrifty Americans cut
the rise in their indebtedness by one-half from 1955, Partly because
they bought fewer automobiles in 1956 (see above).
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