U.S. consumer confidence falls to a nine-month low amid recession worries


The numbers: A survey of consumer confidence fell in April to a nine-month low of 101.3, reflecting nagging worries about a possible recession and a softening labor market.

The closely followed index dropped 2.7 points from a revised 104 in the prior month, the Conference Board said Tuesday. The level of confidence in April was the lowest since July 2022.


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