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U.S. Michigan Consumer Sentiment

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Latest Release
Sep 15, 2017
Actual
95.3
Forecast
95.1
Previous
96.8
The University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index rates the relative level of current and future economic conditions. There are two versions of this data released two weeks apart, preliminary and revised. The preliminary data tends to have a greater impact. The reading is compiled from a survey of around 500 consumers.

A higher than expected reading should be taken as positive/bullish for the USD, while a lower than expected reading should be taken as negative/bearish for the USD.
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U.S. Michigan Consumer Sentiment
 
Release Date Time Actual Forecast Previous
Oct 13, 2017 (Oct) 10:00      
Sep 29, 2017 (Sep) 10:00   95.3 95.3
Sep 15, 2017 (Sep) 10:00   95.3 95.1 96.8
Sep 01, 2017 (Aug) 10:00 96.8 97.4 97.6
Aug 18, 2017 (Aug) 10:00   97.6 94.0 93.4
Jul 28, 2017 (Jul) 10:00 93.4 93.1 93.1

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Naeem Aslam
FOMC To Focus On Rift In Economic Data By Naeem Aslam - Sep 18, 2017

Rift in hard and soft economic data Ø Retail sales below forecast and downward revision Ø Industrial production underwhelming Ø Empire state and Michigan guiding you towards a ...

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colin watford
colin watford Jun 27, 2014 2:48PM GMT
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its all a big cover up
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Gert Funck Jun 27, 2014 2:39PM GMT
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what! no news?
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