Consumer confidence posts solid gain to 101.8 in September

THE CONFERENCE BOARD's U.S. consumer confidence index was a reading of 101.8 in September, an improvement from 86.3 in August. / AP FILE PHOTO/STEVEN SENNE
WASHINGTON (AP) – United States consumer confidence rebounded more quickly in September than most economists had expected though they remain far from levels that were the norm before the pandemic struck. The Conference Board reported Tuesday that its consumer confidence index rose sharply to a reading of 101.8, up from 86.3 in August, largely due…

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