NEW YORK, May 17- U.S. consumer sentiment rebounded in early May to the highest level in nearly six years, an encouraging sign after recent data that has suggested economic growth is cooling. We expect that this is going to be a very long and gradual recovery, "said Scott Brown, chief economist at Raymond James in St. Petersburg, Florida.» Read More
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