Consumer Sentiment Rises to 76.2 in March: University of Michigan

NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- The University of Michigan consumer sentiment survey registered 76.2 in March.

Economists expected the survey to read 74.7 in the month, a touch higher than 74.3 in February.

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