(Updates with detail, comment) By Eric Burroughs NEW YORK, Nov 26 (Reuters) - U.S. consumer confidence bounced back in November from a nine-year low as a rebounding stock market soothed nagging worries about the economy's prospects, providing hope holiday spending will not be as bad as feared. The Consumer Confidence Index rose to 84.1 in November from 79.6 in October, breaking five straight months of declines, the Conference Board, a private business research group, said in a report. ...
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