Consumer Confidence in U.S. Unexpectedly Falls to Six-Month LowBy
Conference Board index drops on souring job-market attitudes
Expectations measure decreases to lowest since February 2014
Consumer confidence in U.S. unexpectedly fell in May to the lowest level in six months amid concerns that jobs are more difficult to find, a report from the New York-based Conference Board showed on Tuesday.
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