Consumer confidence gets revised up | Chappaqua Real Estate

The University of Michigan’s April consumer confidence survey results are out.

The headline index fell to 76.4 from last month’s 78.6 reading. However, the index reading is well above both the flash estimate published earlier this month and economists’ predictions for today’s release.

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