Michigan Consumer Sentiment Misses Slightly At 64.1

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The University of Michigan consumer sentiment reading came in at 64.1.Economists were expecting the reading to rise to 64.6, from a prior reading of 64.2.

The miss was modest, but it certainly didn’t help the stock markets, which continue to trade near their lows of the morning.

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