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Consumer Confidence Measures Fall On Tariffs and Jobs Worries

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Both the University of Michigan’s Consumer Sentiment Index and The Conference Board’s Consumer Confidence Index fell in June, as consumer worries about the impacts of tariffs, mostly on Chinese goods, depressed their outlook on the economy. The mid-month June preliminary reading of the UM Sentiment Index fell to 97.9 from 100.0 in the final May…

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