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Michigan Consumer Sentiment: October Preliminary Continues Dim Pace

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] The October Preliminary came in at 71.4, down 1.4 (1.9%) from the September Final. Investing.com had forecast 73.1. Since its beginning in 1978, consumer sentiment is 17 percent below the average reading (arithmetic mean) and 16.1 percent below the geometric mean.

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The October Preliminary came in at 71.4, down 1.4 (1.9%) from the September Final. Investing.com had forecast 73.1. Since its beginning in 1978, consumer sentiment is 17 percent below the average reading (arithmetic mean) and 16.1 percent below the geometric mean.

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