NEW YORK — Consumers weren’t exactly a happy bunch in May, but they kept right on spending even amid the specter of rising gasoline prices and tensions in Iraq.

Consumers saw improvement on the jobs front, yet said jobs were “harder to get.” In short, consumers were still confident, but whether they will continue to be is unclear, according to survey data from The Conference Board.

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