Consumer sentiment in the United States is at the pre-coronavirus level

By: Trademagazin editor Date: 2021. 04. 29. 11:05
In April, the Conference Board Economic Research Institute’s U.S. Consumer Sentiment Index returned to a much higher-than-expected level before last year’s outbreak of the coronavirus crisis.

According to a survey published on the Conference Board (CB) website on Tuesday, the consumer sentiment index rose to a much higher than expected 113.0 points in April, to 121.7 points, the highest since 132.6 points in February 2020, from 109.0 points in March. (MTI)

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