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Consumer sentiment falls from six-year high

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) 
A gauge of consumer sentiment declined in August from the highest level in six years, on grimmer views of current and coming economic conditions, according to data released Friday morning
The University of Michigan/Thomson Reuters consumer-sentiment index fell to 82.1 at the end of August from 85.1 in July, which was the highest level since 2007
“The August survey indicates that the recent confidence gains have stalled as consumers await decisions on the federal budget and monetary policy,” said Richard Curtin, chief economist of the consumer survey
“A renewed congressional storm as well as rising market interest rates could trim the anticipated gains in consumer spending and weaken the pace of overall economic growth.”
A preliminary estimate for August pegged the sentiment level at 80
Economists polled by MarketWatch had expected a final August reading of 80.5
The weak sentiment reading was echoed in other data Friday as the U.S. Department of Commerce reported that Americans barely increased spending in July, pointing to a slow start for economic growth this quarter
According to the UMich gauge, a barometer of consumers’ views on current conditions declined to 95.2 in August from 98.6 in July
Meanwhile, a gauge of their of their expectations fell to 73.7 from 76.5
“Poor wage growth is having a negative impact on confidence
This is very unfortunate since the back-to-school season got off to a late start this year,” wrote Chris Christopher Jr., consumer economics director at IHS Global Insight, in a research note
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