Biden Gets A Break As US Consumer Sentiment Revised Sharply Higher

A marquee gauge of US consumer sentiment inflected meaningfully, and unexpectedly, for the better in the final reading for March, released on Thursday. The revised headline print on the University of Michigan's index for this month was 79.4, up from 76.5 in the preliminary release. Consensus expected no change from the original reading. The upside revision to March's provisional print came on the heels of a sharp downward revision in the final reading for February. The figure, below, shows the

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      1. That’s what people tell me. Everyone knows the Bible is the second best book ever written. Sales will be yuge! I mean, I haven’t read it myself, but this Jesus guy gets great ratings from what they tell me. I have my people working on a sequel already.

    1. It’s hard to know how to satirize it. He basically shot a video saying, “Hey, it’s me. Lee and I are teaming up on these bibles. Who wants one? They’re a steal at $60 plus shipping and handling.” At one point, he said something to the effect of “I’m proud to endorse this book.” I couldn’t possibly make that any funnier than it is on its own.

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