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Consumer Confidence Rebounds in Sign of Optimism

U.S. consumer confidence has rebounded to the highest reading in six years, providing a further sign that the economy's prospects should brighten with warmer weather.

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Poll: NJ Residents Lukewarm on 2014 Financial Progress [AUDIO]

Do you think things will improve for you financially in 2014? If you said no, you're not alone.

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Consumer Confidence Ticks Up in February

A rising stock market and a more optimistic outlook among younger Americans pushed up a measure of U.S. consumer sentiment in February.

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Consumer Confidence Dips Slightly in February

U.S. consumer confidence fell slightly in February over concerns about the near-term outlook for business conditions and jobs.

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Consumer Confidence Rises on Better Job Outlook

U.S. consumer confidence jumped this month on a better outlook for hiring and growth, supporting other signs that show the economy could accelerate in 2014.

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Consumer Confidence Drops Ahead of Holidays [AUDIO]

Consumer confidence took a tumble in October, but pessimism grew at an even quicker pace when the next six months were taken into consideration.

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Consumer Confidence Plunges on Goverment Shutdown

Americans' confidence in the economy fell this month to the lowest level since April, as many worried about the impact of a 16-day partial government shutdown. The decline could weigh on spending and economic growth.

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Consumers Upbeat Heading Into Fall [AUDIO]

Consumers may splurge a bit this fall. This, as they're beginning to feel better about the economy despite a slight dip in July. The consumer confidence index dipped to 80.3 in July, down from 82.1 in June, but numbers are still close to a five-and-a-half year high.

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Consumer Confidence Dips

Americans' confidence in the economy fell only slightly in July but stayed close to a 5 1/2-year high. The report shows consumers remain upbeat about the outlook for job growth later this year.

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Consumer Confidence Soaring in New Jersey [AUDIO]

Consumer confidence is up in the Garden State.

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