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Consumer Confidence Levels Remained Historically High In April

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The Conference Board Consumer Confidence Index rose five points in April, while the University of Michigan Index of Consumer Sentiment ticked just slightly lower. But both indices remain at the highest levels in two decades, off only slight from last Fall’s 50-year highs. The UM Sentiment Index moved lower to 97.2 from 98.4 in the…

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