By  on December 28, 2010

The Conference Board’s Consumer Confidence Index finished the year as it began — with indications of the public’s continuing anxiety about the economy.

The index fell 1.8 points in December to 52.5 from 54.3 in November. The December dip left the measure of the public’s financial well-being and its two components below the sluggish levels at which they began the year.

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