The University of Michigan’s preliminary July consumer sentiment index reading was 56.6, compared to final June 56.4 reading, 56.7 earlier in June, and 59.8 in May, according to market sources.

Economists polled by IFR Markets had predicted a 56.0 reading for the index.

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