The preliminary reading of consumer confidence from the University of Michigan is set for release at the top of the hour.
Economists estimate a reading of 96 for July, according to Bloomberg.
The final reading for June was 96.1, a five-month high. “Consumers voiced in the first half of 2015 the largest and most sustained increase in economic optimism since 2004,” said Richard Curtin in that release.
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