* Just 46 pct of Americans trust business-Edelman study * Decline reflects worries on economy, unemployment-exec * Global confidence in business rises to 56 pct * Brazil posts biggest surge in confidence * Confidence in financial sector falls, autos rise By Scott Malone BOSTON, Jan 25 (Reuters) - Americans' trust in institutions of all kinds dropped last year as persistently high unemployment sapped people's confidence in business and government, a newly released study found. ...
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