The University of Michigan's final June consumer sentiment index reading edged past economists' expectations to reach a 29-month high of 76 in June, according to market sources.

The number compares with a preliminary reading of 75.5 earlier in the month and final readings of 73.6 in May and 72.2 in April. Economists had predicted a final reading of 75.5 reading for June.

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