Consumer sentiment in U.S. was little changed in April

SHOPPERS WALK through the Menlo Park Mall in Edison, N.J. Household sentiment was little changed in April from the previous month, holding at an elevated level on optimism about personal finances, University of Michigan survey data showed. /BLOOMBERG NEWS PHOTO/ MICHAEL NAGLE
SHOPPERS WALK through the Menlo Park Mall in Edison, N.J. Household sentiment was little changed in April from the previous month, holding at an elevated level on optimism about personal finances, University of Michigan survey data showed. /BLOOMBERG NEWS PHOTO/ MICHAEL NAGLE
WASHINGTON - Household sentiment was little changed in April from the previous month, holding at an elevated level on optimism about personal finances, University of Michigan survey data showed. Key points The final April index of sentiment stood at 97 (forecast was 98), after 96.9 in March, and down from a preliminary reading of 98. The…

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