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Consumer Confidence (May)

The renewed slump in the University of Michigan consumer sentiment gauge to a six-month low of 67.4 in May, from 77.2, is hard to explain given that gasoline prices are now falling again, the stock market is back close to a record high, and there is little evidence of any major downturn in the labour market.

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