Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index ImprovingOctober 25, 2012 @ 9:48 AM EST
Economic Update: Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index
The Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index for the week ending 21-October was reported at -34.6, which is better than last week’s reading of -34.8 (two weeks ago: -38.5).
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