Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Consumer Confidence

The Conference Board consumer confidence index fell to 64.5 from 76.4 in the month of March. Economists were expecting a reading of 73.3. Consumer confidence is at its lowest levels since 2003, during the Iraq War.

The expectations index fell to 47.9 from 58.0 in the month of March. That is the second lowest level ever, hitting a 35-year low.

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