Prices and Consumer Confidence
Current political cartoons were shown at the end of the program.
Jennifer DePaul talked about how current domestic and international events could affect consumer confidence in the economy. She enumerated unknown variables that could affect the economic future and discussed the potential impact of a possible government shutdown, rising gas and food prices, and the impact of upheaval in the Middle East on oil prices and inflation. Ms. DePaul responded to telephone calls and electronic communications.
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