U.S. Consumer Confidence at Highest Since Pandemic's Start


Confidence has rocketed higher this month, The Conference board's closely watched consumer confidence index soared to 109.7 its highest reading in a year. In March of last year, it stood at 1 18.8 as the pandemic was just starting to hit the U. S. The conference board's Lynn Franco says This month's report bodes well for the economy, He says consumers renewed optimism boosted their purchasing intentions for homes, autos and several big ticket item course wanted Rich Thomason

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