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CIBC says Mar's confidence drop was "a sign that rising gasoline prices, and a range of other uncertainties are taking a toll on the consumer." Decline came fter five increases and "reflected a sharp decline in the expectations subcomponent to 81.1 from 97.5 which more than offset a modest 3 point increase in consumers' assessment of their present situation. In a sign higher gasoline prices may be taking a toll on a sector that has shown recent strength, auto buying plans eased."
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