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NEW YORK - An early advance fizzled on Wall Street Friday after a consumer sentiment reading fell to its lowest level in more than 25 years and a disappointing forecast from Microsoft Corp. weighed on technology issues. A spike in oil prices put further pressure on stocks
The Reuters/University of Michigan consumer sentiment index came in at 62.6 for April, down from 69.5 a month earlier — and the lowest reading since the early 1980s — as Americans contended with rising energy and food prices. Consumers' flagging mood is worrisome for Wall Street because consumer spending accounts for about 70 percent of U.S. economic activity.........
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Historically low consumer confidence, pending (if not extant) recession, a never ending war wasting billions (trillions?) of dollars, historically low presidential approval ratings.
All those people who pointed out that everything W touches turns to **** in 2000 were absolutely correct. And that doesn't matter what side you're on any more. The only beneficiaries of this presidency are the defense industry, the energy industry, the insurance industry, and pharma.