Consumer Confidence in April Declines

NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Consumer confidence in April declined to 69.2, according to the Conference Board, from a revised March reading of 69.5.

Economists surveyed by Thomson Reuters expected the consumer confidence index to decrease in April to 69.7 from 70.2 the previous month.

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