February 8, 2013

A Spike at the Pump & a Smaller Paycheck

Maryilyn Geewax, National Public Radio


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Business leaders involved in homebuilding, oil drilling or automaking are happy about the way 2013 has kicked off. Lower- and middle-income consumers, on the other hand, are feeling like the year has kicked them in the head. . .

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