United States: University Of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Improves Slightly

The Reuters/University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment rose slightly in February (Preliminary) from 74.2 to 75.1 (consensus expected 75.0).  While still low, it is improving nevertheless.


Source: Thomson Reuters/University of Michigan

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