U.S. consumer confidence in July registered at 129.1, rising 0.2 points from June and the highest since February 2020, according to The Conference Board Consumer Confidence Index.  The index measuring current business and labor market conditions increased 0.7 points from June to 160.3, while the short-term outlook for income, business and the labor market dipped 0.1 points to 108.4 in July. See The Conference Board

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