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Consumer sentiment falls in September


WASHINGTON (MarketWatch)
A gauge of consumer sentiment fell to a preliminary September reading of 76.8 -- the lowest level since April -- from a final August reading of 82.1, according to  reports
Economists polled by MarketWatch had expected a September level of 81.5 on consumers' concerns about possible U.S. military involvement in Syria
 

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WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — A gauge of consumer sentiment in September hit its lowest level in five months as barometers that measure views on current and coming economic conditions declined, according to data released Friday.

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The University of Michigan/Thomson Reuters consumer-sentiment index fell to a preliminary September reading of 76.8 — the lowest since April — from a final August reading of 82.1.

The sentiment gauge fell in August from the highest level in six years, on grimmer views of current and coming economic conditions.

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Reuters quoted the survey director as saying that rising interest rates and the impact on the housing market played into sentiment’s decline in September. Mortgage rates have been rising fairly steadily since early May, with the average rate on the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage recently hitting 4.57%. Higher rates increase monthly mortgage payments, and some buyers will have to scale back their purchase plans.

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Economists polled by MarketWatch had expected a September consumer-sentiment level of 81.5, with concerns about possible U.S. military involvement in Syria curbing optimism. There has also been negative jobs news, with the government reporting last week that employment has seen

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The details of the sentiment report showed that the gauge of consumers’ expectations dropped to 67.2 in September from 73.7 in August, while the reading on current conditions declined to 91.8 from 95.2, according to Reuters.

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Sales at U.S. retailers soften in August
Spending rises 0.2%, but July twice as strong as initially reported

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Recent economic data have been under a microscope as market participants try to forecast whether the Federal Reserve sees the economy as healthy enough to start tapering its bond-buying program soon. Such an announcement could come as early as next week when Fed officials meet.

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WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) -- Inventories at U.S. businesses rose 0.4% in July, the Commerce Department said Friday. Economists had been expecting inventories to rise 0.2%. Inventories in June were revised to a 0.1% gain from the previous estimate of unchanged. Business sales rose 0.6% in July. The inventory-to-sales ratio, an indication of demand, declined to 1.28 in July from 1.29 in the prior month. One new piece of information was retail inventories, which were up 0.8% in July compared with a 0.4% increase in sales.

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WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) -- Industrial production rose 0.4% in August, the largest monthly change since February, the Federal Reserve reported Monday. The gain matched a MarketWatch-compiled economic forecast. Manufacturing output rose 0.7%, mining output added 0.3%, while utilities output fell 1.5%. Compared to Aug. 2012, production is up 2.7%. Capacity utilization edged up to 77.8% from 77.6%.

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Output is still 4.6% below the peak prior to the collapse of Lehman Brothers in 2008 and the depths of the financial crisis, according to data compiled by Ian Shepherdson of Pantheon Macroeconomics.

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After tumbling 4.5% in July, motor vehicles and parts production rose 5.2% in August. Compared to August 2012, production is up 8.4% in this category, as Americans continue to snap up cars.

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Separate data from the New York Fed showed a slowing in manufacturing activity in September

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WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) - Confidence among American consumers fell in September to the lowest level in four months on renewed worries about stagnant wages and the availability of jobs, the Conference Board said Tuesday. The consumer confidence index fell to 79.7 in September from a revised 81.8 in August. Economists polled by MarketWatch had projected the index to drop to 79.5. Consumers were less optimistic about the health of the economy over the next six months. The expectations index dropped to 84.1 from 89.0, although the present situation index rose to 73.2 from 70.9. "Consumer confidence decreased in September as concerns about the short-term outlook for both jobs and earnings resurfaced, while expectations for future business conditions were little changed," said Lynn Franco, director of economic indicators at board. "While overall economic conditions appear to have moderately improved, consumers are uncertain that the momentum can be sustained in the months ahead."

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Mejoría en Los Datos del Consumidor en EE.UU

Sentimiento del consumidor de la Universidad de Michigan 77.5 78.0 76.8