Canadian consumer confidence falls as gasoline prices rise

 

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Canadian consumer confidence fell to the lowest in 10 weeks amid rising gasoline prices tied to escalating violence in Iraq.

The Bloomberg Nanos Confidence Index measured 58.7 for the week ended June 13, falling from 59.5 the week before to the lowest since the first week of April. Fewer Canadians believe they are better off financially than at any time since February.

 

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