The Money Anxiety Index Is Pointing to an Economic Slowdown

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SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 7, 2019 – The Money Anxiety Index, which measures the level of financial anxiety based on what people actually do with their money, is showing signs of an economic slowdown. The February index at 46.5; is the same as January but higher than its turning point of 43.2 in November of 2018. In the past 8 years, the index dropped from a high of 100.5 to its current level – a drop of 54 index points. A new study featuring the Money Anxiety Index was recently published in the Journal of Applied Business and Economics. The study,”Dynamics of Yield Gravity and

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