U.S. consumer confidence fell slightly in April, edging down to 69.2 from 69.5 the previous month, according to The Conference Board’s latest index. TCB researchers said the dip reflected a recalibration of short-term spending even though the majority of consumers remain upbeat on the direction of the U.S. economy.
Consumer confidence slips a little, but optimism remains
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