WASHINGTON, March 31- U.S. consumer confidence rebounded strongly in March amid optimism over the labor market while house prices increased in January, hopeful signs that a recent sharp slowdown in economic activity was probably a blip. A combination of harsh winter weather, a now-settled labor dispute at the country's busy West Coast ports, softer global...» Read More
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