Americans more optimistic about finances in 2013, study says


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Transcript:
MOST AMERICANS SAY THEY'RE
FEELING OPTIMISTIC WHEN IT COMES
TO FINANCES IN THE UPCOMING NEW
YEAR..
ACCORDING TO A NEW COUPON-CABIN
SURVEY, MORE THAN HALF OF
AMERICAN ADULTS SAID THEY
BELIEVE THINGS IN 20-13 WILL BE
BETTER FOR THEM FINANCIALLY THAN
IN YEARS PAST. EXPERTS SUGGEST
THIS POSITIVE ATTITUDE IS COMING
FROM THOSE WHO INSIST THAT
THEY'RE READY TO CHANGE HOW THEY
HANDLE THEIR MONEY.
I THINK PEOPLE ARE STILL
SAVING.I THINK PEOPLE ARE
WATCHING THEIR MONEY STILL. BUT
I THINK THE FINANCIAL OUTLOOK IS
A LITTLE MORE OPTIMISTIC.WE'RE
HOPEFUL.
OPTIMISTIC.WE'RE HOPEFUL.