Consumers shaken by the market collapse in...

Consumers shaken by the market collapse in October recovered a measure of their confidence last month, the Conference Board reported. The business research group said its December consumer confidence index rose 5 points from November, to 105.8. That made up for nearly half the loss it registered in November. The index is based on a scale of 1985 equaling 100.

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