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  • US Consumer Confidence Unexpectedly Falls to 82.7 in June

    The preliminary results from the University of Michigan's June consumer confidence survey are out.

    The headline index unexpectedly fell to 82.7 from May's 84.5 reading.

    The economic conditions sub-index fell to 92.1 from 98.0.

    The economic outlook sub-index, on the other hand, increased to 76.7 from 75.8.

    We will have all of the details here momentarily.