Consumer Sentiment Falls to 74.3 in March

NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Consumer sentiment for March fell to 74.3 in march, according to data from the University of Michigan and Thomson Reuters.

Economists were expecting a preliminary reading in March of 76.5.

Consumer sentiment for February was 75.3.

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