Prelim. April UofM Consumer Confidence: Down to 75.7, vs. Cons. 76.2
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The first reading of the University of Michigan consumer confidence index for the month of April comes in at 75.7, vs. the economist estimate of 76.2. March's final reading came in at 76.2.
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