The University of Michigan’s consumer sentiment index exceeded economist expectations in June, rising to 75.5 from a final May reading of 73.6, according to market sources. Economists had predicted an increase to 74.5.

The expectations index and the current conditions index also exceeded expectations, with readings of 70.7 and 82.9, respectively.

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