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Consumer Confidence Stabilized In May, The Conference Board Reports

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The Conference Board released its May Consumer Confidence Index May 26 and like The University of Michigan’s Consumer Sentiment Index released mid-month, it stabilized after two months of historic declines. The index rose to 86.6 versus 85.7 in April. The Present Situation component continued to slide a bit, down to 71.1 from 73 in April,…

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