U.S. consumer confidence rebounds in October after 3 declines

U.S. CONSUMER CONFIDENCE rose in October after three straight declines that were driven by anxiety over the impact of the delta variant of COVID-19. / AP FILE PHOTO/NAM Y. HUH
SILVER SPRING, Md. (AP) – United States consumer confidence rose in October after three straight declines as the public's anxiety about the delta variant of the coronavirus appear to have abated. The Conference Board reported Tuesday that its consumer confidence index rose to a reading of 113.8 in October, up from 109.8 in September. Consumer…

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