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Consumer confidence rises for third straight week

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For the third straight week, the consumer confidence index rose as households grew more optimistic about their finances. Per Bloomberg:

The Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index rose in the week ended Sept. 22 to minus 28.1, the highest since the period ended Aug. 11, from minus 29.4. A gauge of personal finances advanced to a seven-week high as the fewest respondents since late April viewed their budgets as “poor.”

Source: Bloomberg
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