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Consumer Comfort in U.S. Falls on Finances, Buying Outlook

Consumer confidence in the U.S. fell last week for the first time in a month as rising gasoline prices caused households to worry about their finances.

The Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index decreased to minus 45.1 in the period ended April 24, the lowest level since the end of March, from minus 42.6 the prior week. Measures of personal finances and buying climate dropped.