The June preliminary* Money Anxiety Index stands at 73.9  - a slight improvement from last month indicating consumers are less financially stressed this month compared to an increase of 1.3 in the first quarter of this year. The Money Anxiety Index is down 16.5 points from the same month last year.

The occasional spikes in the Money Anxiety Index trend line point to uneasiness among consumers about financial and political events that could impact their personal finances and the economy as a whole.  



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