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28 Apr. 2015 Confidence is high enough to support strong Q2 and Q3 spending

By Ian Shepherdson

The expectations components of both the Michigan and Conference Board measures of consumers' confidence have risen sharply since gasoline prices rolled over.

Posted: 28th Apr 2015 in 'U.S. Documents'

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