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Consumer sentiment edges up in May as Americans remain politically

Consumer sentiment ticked up fractionally in May as Americans grew more optimistic about economic growth – but more pessimistic about current conditions. The University of Michigan’s closely-watched confidence tracker rose to 97.1 from 97.0 in April. It had touched 97.7 in a mid-May reading, and economists surveyed expected no change from that reading for the full month.

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