US: Consumer Confidence rises from 62.7 to 65.9 in July (Barcelona) - After the improving Chicago PMI, the just released consumer confidence in the US is also cheerful as it rises from 62.7 (revised from 62.0) to 65.9. Market participants are surprised as well, as the consensus was for a decline to 61.8.

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