NEW YORK — Americans’ assessment of the nation’s economic health faltered in September for the fourth straight month despite an improvement in their longer-term outlook.

The New York-based Conference Board’s index of consumer confidence, which is tabulated from a representative sample of 5,000 U.S. households, fell a smaller-than-expected 1.2 points this month to 93.3 from an upwardly revised 94.5 in August.

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