U.S. consumer comfort falls to four-month low on finance outlook

THE BLOOMBERG Consumer Comfort Index declined to 58.5 last week from 59.5 as a measure of ratings about personal finances also fell to a four-month low. /BLOOMBERG NEWS/VICTOR J. BLUE
THE BLOOMBERG Consumer Comfort Index declined to 58.5 last week from 59.5 as a measure of ratings about personal finances also fell to a four-month low. /BLOOMBERG NEWS/VICTOR J. BLUE
NEW YORK - A measure of Americans’ sentiment fell to a four-month low as gauges of views on personal finances and the national economy declined amid the trade war and partial federal-government shutdown. The Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index declined to 58.5 last week from 59.5 as a measure of ratings about personal finances also fell…

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