"The gain in consumer confidence seen for the second straight week was encouraging, considering the weakness seen in the first reading of the current year. Overall sentiment remains well below average and quite some way below where it was before the RBA started easing in 2019, however. Some welcome rain during the week may have contributed to the overall rise in sentiment, along with some reasonable local data and the signing of the US-China trade deal Phase One. The attainment of a new record for the local share market could also have played a role. The domestic focus this week will be very much on the employment report. A soft result may dampen sentiment somewhat."
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