Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index

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Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index

An index on the level of consumer confidence in the United States. It takes the form of a survey conducted by the University of Michigan. It is published each month. A rising index indicates rising confidence while a falling index indicates the opposite.
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The final reading of the University of Michigan consumer sentiment survey is also due for release this week.
ECONOMIC EVENTS: In the U.S., the final August reading of the University of Michigan consumer sentiment survey came in at 96.2, up from the 95.3 preliminary figure but down 1.7 points from last month.
Real time indicators, such as the University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment survey confirmed an earlier reading of the Conference Board Consumer Confidence component.
According to the University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Survey,
economic data, including results of the University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Survey for November, due out on Wednesday.
Market participants can pay a subscription to receive the University of Michigan consumer sentiment survey data from Thomson Reuters, a full two seconds before other clients.
The University of Michigan consumer sentiment survey fell 0.3 points from the prior month to 97.9 in the final July reading, though that was above the 97.1 preliminary reading for July.
The University of Michigan consumer sentiment survey was weaker than expected, falling 1.1 points to a 6-month low of 97.1 in the preliminary print for July.
ECONOMIC EVENTS: In the U.S., the preliminary April reading from the University of Michigan consumer sentiment survey showed a drop of 3.6 points to 97.8.
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