Consumer Sentiment Comes In Pretty Much In Line With Expectations

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Headline: 69.8Expectations: 70.0

Analysis: The early reading for the University of Michigan Consumer sentiment index came in at 69.6, a slight improvement on March, when the index dove on concerns over rising fuel prices.

Nearly a match on this month’s early estimate, and not at all far behind expectations.

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