The recent reports from the Conference Board's Consumer Confidence Survey have been a persistently middling to depressing economic indicator, but September's 9-point gain over August made for a bit of unexpected good news.
The U.S. Consumer sentiment is at a level we haven't seen since before the recession. What that means, in the simplest terms, is that you feel pretty awesome about buying things right now.
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