Consumer outlook returns to pre-recession level

A key measure of consumer sentiment has reached a level not seen since before the financial crisis. July's 85.1 reading in the Thomson Reuters/University of Michigan survey is ascribed to a better employment picture, reduced consumer debt and higher asset value, all of which signals second-quarter growth might have been stronger.

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