The University of Michigan said Wednesday that its index of consumer sentiment rose to 88.8 in November from 86.9 in October. Consumers are more optimistic that their incomes will increase, the Michigan survey found, but their expectations are modest: Respondents expect their incomes will increase 1.1 percent over the next 12 months. Yet the Michigan survey...» Read More
George Gero of RBC Capital Markets explains why the Swiss referendum could have a huge impact on the gold market. With CNBC's Bertha Coombs and the Futures Now Traders.
Ahead of the OPEC meeting, Ray Carbone of Paramount Options makes the case that crude prices will continue to slide. With CNBC's Bertha Coombs and the Futures Now Traders.
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WASHINGTON— U.S. consumer confidence fell in November following a big gain the previous month, as Americans became less bullish about the economy and jobs. Conference Board economist Lynn Franco said that the decline primarily reflected weaker optimism in the short-term, with consumers less upbeat about current business conditions and the state of the job...
Nov 25- U.S. consumer confidence fell in November to its lowest level since June as optimism waned in the short-term outlook for business conditions and jobs, according to a private sector report released on Tuesday. The Conference Board, an industry group, said its index of consumer attitudes fell to 88.7 from a downwardly revised 94.1 the month before.
WASHINGTON— The Conference Board releases its November index on U.S. consumer confidence. The report will be issued at 10 a.m. EST Tuesday. The October reading was the best showing since October 2007, just before the start of the Great Recession.
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