Leading Indicator Watch | March 29, 2024

AUTHOR: Kerry Hilsabeck, CFP®
TITLE:       Investment Adviser Rep
TAGS:   Jobs, Prices, Goods, Housing, Building, Yields, Money Supply,  S&P 500, Consumer Sentiment

Economic data was heavy in a holiday-shortened trading week. Michigan Consumer Sentiment rose to 79.4 (Mar) from 76.9 (Feb), reaching its highest level since August 2021.

Be sure to check out more of last week’s leading indicators here. Stay tuned for Market Thoughts.

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