NEW YORK - Consumers are getting more confident about the economy, and Wall Street is tagging along. Stock prices surged yesterday, their first big win in a week, after the Conference Board said consumer sentiment rose in May to the highest since September. The three major stock indicators each jumped more than 2 percent - and the day's gains pushed the Standard & Poor's 500 index into the black for the year.
Market takes confidence from consumer data
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