Consumer confidence up across state

Kropf, Annemarie
March 2002
Business Journal (Central New York);3/15/2002, Vol. 16 Issue 11, p2
Reports on the growth of consumer confidence levels in upstate New York and metro New York City in February 2002. Increase in consumer confidence among New Yorkers over the age of 55; Level of confidence shown by men; Outlook on purchasing habits for the next six months.


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