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Consumer Sentiment: Popping Again

Posted September 14, 2012 by rvillareal

The first September reading of the University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Survey is unexpectedly strong, with the headline index jumping 4.9 points (Consensus: -0.3 point; Decision Economics: +0.3 point), on an 8.3-point leap in the expectations component, and a 0.4-point decline in the current conditions component.  

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