Friday, March 16, 2012, Henry Rice, of Atlanta, pumps gas, at a station in Atlanta. Americans' rosy outlook about the U.S. economy remains resilient as they focus on the good in the barrage of conflicting economic news.  A widely watched barometer of consumer confidence barely budged in March after hitting its highest level since before the financial crisis began in the previous month. Americans continued to be upbeat in March despite mixed economic signs. The stock market is up, but gas prices are, too. Unemployment is falling, but home prices also are declining. (AP Photo/David Goldman)
Friday, March 16, 2012, Henry Rice, of Atlanta, pumps gas, at a station in Atlanta. Americans' rosy outlook about the U.S. economy remains resilient as they focus on the good in the barrage of conflicting economic news. A widely watched barometer of consumer confidence barely budged in March after hitting its highest level since before the financial crisis began in the previous month. Americans continued to be upbeat in March despite mixed economic signs. The stock market is up, but gas prices are, too. Unemployment is falling, but home prices also are declining. (AP Photo/David Goldman)
published Tuesday, March 27th, 2012
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