Consumer Sentiment Index Slipped to 87.4 in April

Siegel, Gary E.
May 2006
Bond Buyer;5/1/2006, Vol. 356 Issue 32371, p40
Trade Publication
The article reports on the result of the University of Michigan's final consumer sentiment index reading in April 2006. According to market sources, consumer sentiment index was 87.4 down from 89.2 reading. The University of Michigan Index is not released to the press, but only to paying subscribers.


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