There’s more bad news for the economy and the stock market after a report from Thomson Reuters and the University of Michigan found that their Consumer Confidence Index in early August plunged to its lowest point since May of 1980.
The August index, which is the result of a weekend survey completed last Sunday, fell to 54.9 from a July level of 63.7.
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