PROVIDENCE – A jarring drop in national retail sales in December coincided with an increase in the money anxiety index, which measures the public’s level of financial anxiety, according to the San Francisco-based firm that developed the index. After reaching a low of 43.2 in November, the money anxiety index rose 2.2 points in December…
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