CINCINNATI — Shoppers continue to face economic uncertainty, Kroger Co. here said in a conference call with investors last week discussing fourth-quarter results. “Consumer confidence was fragile throughout the year and it hit its lower point this January as customers voiced heightened concern over taxes,” said David Dillon, chairman and chief executive officer. “We believe four factors will continue to affect consumer confidence: the overall state of the economy; ...
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