NEW YORK — The Conference Board put the grinch on hold, at least for a while, on Tuesday.

The board reported that consumer confidence rebounded in November, reversing five straight months of steady declines, as consumers became optimistic about the possibility of an improved labor market and their prospects for higher income, offering a glimmer of hope — the holiday season may not be as grim as many had been predicting.

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