Consumer confidence falls with sharp rise in price of gasoline

March 2012
Hill;3/19/2012, Vol. 19 Issue 34, p12
The article reports that the consumer confidence in the U.S. fell in early March 2012 due to the increasing cost of gasoline based from the preliminary consumer index of Thomson Reuters/University of Michigan, and the consumer price index of the U.S. Labor Dept. in February 2012.


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