With consumers pessimistic about the current state of the economy and the future, U.S. consumer confidence fell 32.4% in February from a month earlier, according to the RBC Consumer Attitudes and Spending by Household Index.

According to the monthly index, which was released Thursday, economic attitudes soured across the board, with consumers viewing the current economy negatively and displaying increased pessimism about the future.

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