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Good vibes continue (unless you’re a big credit card bank)

Start with the good news: The University of Michigan reported this morning that upbeat consumer sentiment is “solidifying” behind the U.S. economy.

This is another win for the White House. Year over year through February, the university’s Index of Consumer Sentiment has grown by 19% – and that change is being felt among both Democrats and Republicans.

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