Consumer Confidence Softens Again in September

U.S. consumer confidence in September registered at 103.0, decreasing 5.7 points from August, marking the second consecutive month of decline, according to The Conference Board Consumer Confidence Index. The index measuring current business and labor market conditions grew 0.4 points to 147.1 in September. The short-term outlook index for income, business and the labor markets fell 9.6 points from August to 73.7. See The Conference Board

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