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Canadian Consumer Confidence: More Optimism about Spending and Household Finances, but Debt Concerns Rise
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Canadian Consumer Confidence: More Optimism about Spending and Household Finances, but Debt Concerns Rise

Canadian consumer confidence shows signs of rebounding,reaching the highest level in more than a year. In the Nielsen Global Consumer Confidence Index, Canada’s confidence level in the third quarter of 2012 jumped to 99 from 94 in the second quarter. That comes after four consecutive quarters of flat or declining confidence.

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Canadian Consumer Confidence: More Optimism about Spending and Household Finances, but Debt Concerns Rise

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