UGLY: MAY CONSUMER CONFIDENCE DIVES TO 64.9

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ORIGINAL POST: Next datapoint of the day: May Consumer Confidence.Analysts expect an increase in the number from 69.2 to 69.6

We’ll have the number here LIVE at 10:00.

UPDATE:

May Consumer Confidence comes in at 64.9, well below expectations.

Analysts had expected a 69.6.

Last month as 68.7.

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