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Consumer sentiment falls in October

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch)
 A gauge of consumer sentiment fell to a final October reading of 73.2 -- the lowest since December -- from a final September reading of 77.5, according to reports
Economists polled by MarketWatch had expected a final October reading of 74.8 for the University of Michigan/Thomson Reuters consumer-sentiment index, compared with a preliminary monthly reading of 75.2
Economists watch sentiment levels to get a feeling for the direction of consumer spending

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WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — With concerns over government-spending fights, a gauge of consumer sentiment fell this month to the lowest reading in almost a year, led by grimmer views of current and upcoming economic conditions, according to data released Friday.

The final October reading of the University of Michigan/Thomson Reuters consumer-sentiment index hit 73.2 — the lowest since December — down from a final September reading of 77.5.


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“Consumers have increasingly moved toward the view that the government has become the primary obstacle to more robust economic growth,” according to the survey. “When asked to describe in their own words what they had heard about recent economic developments, the number of consumers that negatively mentioned the federal government in October was the highest in the more than half-century history of the surveys.”

U.S. stocks held onto gains after the sentiment data were released.

Economists polled by MarketWatch had expected a final October reading of 74.8, compared with a preliminary monthly reading of 75.2. Economists watch sentiment levels to get a feeling for the direction of consumer spending.

According to the UMich report, the consumer-expectations index fell to 62.5 in October from 67.8 in September, while the current-conditions index declined to 89.9 from 92.6.

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WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) - la producción Industrial aumentó 0,6% en septiembre, la mayor ganancia desde febrero, la Reserva Federal dijo el lunes. El aumento fue superior a una previsión económica compilado por MarketWatch. La producción industrial aumentó 0,1%, salida de minería agregó 0.2%, mientras que la salida de utilidad aumentó 4.4%. Para el tercer trimestre, la producción aumentó a una tasa anual del 2,3% en comparación con un 1.1% ganancia en el segundo trimestre. Utilización de la capacidad aumentó a 78,3% de 77,9%. Esta es la mayor tasa desde julio de 2008. El informe fue originalmente programado para el lanzamiento el 17 de octubre pero se retrasó debido al cierre del gobierno federal.

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WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) -- A gauge of upcoming home sales dropped in September to the lowest level in nine months, a sign that higher prices and rates are slowing down the housing market's rebound, according to data released Monday by the National Association of Realtors. Pending-home sales fell 5.6% in September -- a fourth month of declines -- to hit the lowest level since December. Pending sales of homes were down across the country in September, with a monthly decline of 9.6% in the Northeast, 9% in the West, 8.3% in the Midwest and 0.4% in the South. September is the first period in more than two years that pending sales weren't higher than year-earlier levels, and home sales could be lower in the fourth quarter, said Lawrence Yun, NAR's chief economist. However, NAR expects this year's sales of existing homes to be up 10% from last year. A sale is listed as pending when the contract has been signed. Sales are typically finalized within one or two months of signing.

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WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — The bottom fell out of consumers’ economic expectations this month, plunging a gauge of their confidence to the lowest level in half a year, as Washington’s partisan bickering shut down the government and worried global investors, according to data released Tuesday.

The Conference Board, a research association, reported that its gauge of consumer confidence fell to 71.2 in October from 80.2 in September. Economists polled by MarketWatch had expected an October reading of 75, compared with an original estimate of 79.7 for September.


“Consumer confidence deteriorated considerably as the federal government shutdown and debt-ceiling crisis took a particularly large toll on consumers’ expectations,” said Lynn Franco, director of economic indicators at The Conference Board. “Given the temporary nature of the current resolution, confidence is likely to remain volatile for the next several months.”

The Conference Board’s gauge of consumer expectations dropped to 71.5 in October from 84.7 in September, while a barometer of their views on the present situation fell to 70.7 from 73.5.

Tuesday’s reading on confidence echoes other recent reports showing that the showdown among U.S. lawmakers hit consumers. A separate reading on consumer sentiment recently fell to the lowest level in almost a year.

As the holiday season approaches, the key question is: Will consumers spend?

Economists are concerned that continuing and heated fiscal battles in Washington could hurt consumer spending, which is the backbone of the economy. Elsewhere Tuesday, the government reported that U.S. retail sales fell in September for the first time in six months. However, that drop was led by a possibly temporary drop in auto purchases

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