U.S. consumer sentiment weaker than forecast on tariffs

CONCERNS OF A TRADE was weakened consumer sentiment in the latter part of June, according to a University of Michigan survey. / BLOOMBERG
CONCERNS OF A TRADE was weakened consumer sentiment in the latter part of June, according to a University of Michigan survey. / BLOOMBERG
NEW YORK - Consumer sentiment weakened in the latter part of June on concerns about the economic impact of a trade war, according to a University of Michigan survey on Friday that also showed a pickup in inflation expectations. Highlights of Michigan sentiment (June, final) Sentiment index was little changed at 98.2 (estimated 99) after…

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