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UM Consumer Sentiment Numbers Began To Slip The Second Half Of June

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The University of Michigan’s Consumer Sentiment index began to trend lower again the second half of June, though the final June number of 78.1 was still higher than May’s 72.3. “The prospective growth in the economy is more closely tied to progress against the coronavirus,” the final June release stated. “The early reopening of the…

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