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The Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index slides again, dropping to -35.5 from -34.4 last week. It's...

The Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index slides again, dropping to -35.5 from -34.4 last week. It's the lowest read since early October. Mid-January dips are common, note the authors. Less common, however, is a bump in taxes, and that's what everyone is seeing in their initial paychecks for 2013.
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  • whidbey
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    Bloomberg has taken up advocacy for the administration making anything it reports suspicious including the BCCI. The obvious editorial bias is becoming ever more troublesome if one thinks he is getting unbiased news reporting. Its support for the special funds for Sandy are a clear case in point, the bill was larded with pork, but Bloomberg saw no harm. Watch out for Bloomberg.
    17 Jan 2013, 10:47 AM Reply Like
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