By: Benzinga
Happy Consumers Could Help These ETFs Charge Higher
It is well-known that the U.S. consumer accounts for about two-thirds of this country's GDP and it has been cheery consumers that have helped push stocks higher. The Conference Board Consumer Confidence Index bounced back in February to 69.6, from 58.4 in January and there are other encouraging factors worth acknowledging.
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