MISS: Consumer Sentiment Falls To 72.5

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The University of Michigan/Thomson Reuters consumer sentiment reading fell to 72.5.Economists were expecting the reading to decline modestly to 74.8 from a last month’s reading of 75.0.

Stocks, which have already been well in the red, ticked down only slightly.

The Dow is down 115 points.

The S&P is down 12 points.

The Nasdaq is down 24 points.

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