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Consumer confidence plummets

A key barometer of U.S. consumer confidence plunged this month to its lowest level in more than four years. Americans’ confidence fell 14.2 points from December, marking the sharpest one-month drop since the middle of the last recession in October 1990, the Conference Board said.


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