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Stocks have added to their morning gains. The effort has been supported by a stronger-than-expected Consumer Confidence Index.
The Conference Board just posted its Consumer Confidence Index for April. The Index came in at 65.4, which is not only greater than the 64.4 that had been widely expected, but it is also greater than the upwardly revised 63.8 that was posted for the prior month.
Advancing Sectors: Industrials (+1.4%), Telecom (+0.9%), Health Care (+0.7%), Utilities (+0.5%), Materials (+0.4%), Energy (+0.2%), Tech (+0.2%), Consumer Discretionary (+0.2%), Financials (+0.1%), Consumer Staples (+0.1%)
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