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The Conference Board published the U.S. consumer confidence today. The consumer confidence declined to 82.3 in April. Analyst forecasted 82.9. March’s figure was revised up to 83.9 from 83.2.
Lynn Franco, Director of Economic Indicators at The Conference Board commented the current figures: “Consumer confidence declined slightly in April, as consumers assessed current business and labor market conditions less favorably than in March”
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