(Source: VOX News)

Reversing seven months of crumbling confidence, Americans’ economic enthusiasm rallied this month as the RBC CASH (Consumer Attitudes and Spending by Household) Index hit 38.3, a 30.1-point jump from its dismal 8.2 March level and the first significant improvement since September 2008.

The rebound provides a cautious and preliminary indication that consumer confidence is, at the very least, stabilizing, RBC said.

Read the full article “Consumer Confidence Rebounds in April; Job Fears Persist” in VOX News (April 13, 2009).

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