U.S. consumer comfort falls to seven-month low on finance views

U.S. CONSUMER comfort declined last week to : its lowest level since March, according to Bloomberg. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/VICTOR J. BLUE
U.S. CONSUMER comfort declined last week to its lowest level since March, according to Bloomberg. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/VICTOR J. BLUE
WASHINGTON –United States consumer comfort fell to the lowest level since March as ratings of the economy, personal finances and the buying climate all slumped, a potential sign of faltering in the strong support consumers are giving the expansion. The Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index sank 1.9 points to 59.1 in the week ended Nov. 3,…

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