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Consumer confidence slips from 16-year high

Consumer confidence in the U.S. dipped slightly in April, but Americans are still far more optimistic than they were before the 2016 election, a survey shows. The Conference Board said its consumer confidence index slipped to 120.3 last month from a 16-year-high of 124.9 in March. Americans were a bit less rosy about the current environment and what the economy will look like six months from now.

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