The latest consumer survey from the University of Michigan shows that American sentiment has declined this month, mainly due to the unstable stock market. The survey indicates that sentiment is still better than it was a year ago, but Americans are becoming more pessimistic about the economy's outlook for the future. Higher-income consumers and those with significant stock holdings are driving this decline, reflecting the recent weakness in equity markets. The S&P 500 index is still down from its peak in July, causing concerns among investors. The third-quarter earnings season will be crucial for the stock market, especially for big technology companies like Amazon, Meta, Microsoft, and Google parent Alphabet. These companies have reported strong results, but there are some areas of concern. As these tech giants make up a significant portion of the S&P 500's value, Americans with investments are closely monitoring their performance.
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