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Both Major Consumer Confidence Measures Improved In September, But UM’s Index Weakened First Half Of October


After running through a period of dreadful consumer confidence over the summer as gasoline prices soared and other inflationary forces became top-of-mind for consumers, the two major measures of consumer confidence and expectations improved in September. In another hopeful sign, consumer expectations of inflation continued to also improve with both short- and longer-term numbers ticking…

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