U.S. consumer sentiment declines in June as Americans fret over tariffs


Correspondent Ann. Cates tells us consumer sentiment is sinking with concerns over tariffs rising, according to the first June reading, from the university of Michigan consumer sentiment is weaker than projected and on the decline over concerns about tariffs on Chinese imports that has lowered prospects economic growth, and reduce the expected gains jobs, forty percent of those surveyed cited the trade tip with China for their outlook double compared to may stocks finished lower today. The Dow, slipping seventeen points, the SNP down by five and the NASDAQ lost forty

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