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Infographic: Consumer Confidence Index

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      Boston - Although it's not directly tied to the stock market, many investors keep close tabs on the Consumer Confidence Index to measure the health of the overall economy.

      With the U.S. economy in its second-longest expansion in history after exiting the post-crisis recession in June 2009, investors are looking for signs the momentum is slowing and any potential spillover into financial markets.

      The infographic below explains how the Consumer Confidence Index works, what the latest monthly update reveals and just how confident Americans are about the current economic expansion.


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