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U.S. Documents | 13 April 2018 Stock Price Hit May Hurt Consumers' Sentiment
Whatever happened to consumers' sentiment in March, the level of University of Michigan's index will be very high, relative to its long-term average.

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13 April 2018 Stock Price Hit May Hurt Consumers' Sentiment

By Ian Shepherdson

Whatever happened to consumers' sentiment in March, the level of University of Michigan's index will be very high, relative to its long-term average.

Posted: 12th Apr 2018 in 'U.S. Documents'

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