Consumer financial anxiety increased for the second consecutive month in June.
The Money Anxiety Index, which measures the level of consumers’ financial worry and stress based on economic indicators, rose 0.4 in June to 91.1. Prior to April, the index was trending downwards since its post-recession peak 0f 99.5 in June 2011.
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