Consumer sentiment rose more than expected to 97.8 in the first half of March, says Business Insider. Increasing optimism was reportedly concentrated among lower- and middle-class households. The gains come after disappointing sentiment readings at the beginning of 2019. One economist said, "The slowing in consumption in recent months is more likely to be a transition to a sustainable pace.

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