NEW YORK — The public’s mood brightened in April, lifting consumer confidence to its highest level this year and reversing four consecutive months of declines.

With the worst fears about the war in Iraq generally in the past, the New York-based Conference Board’s monthly survey of 5,000 households rallied a better-than-expected 19.6 points to 81 from a downwardly revised 61.4 in March.

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