Tag Archives: Consumer confidence

Consumer Confidence Falls in November

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NEW YORK-A more pessimistic view of the economy down the road was responsible for shaving 5.4 points off the monthly consumer confidence index, according to The Conference Board, which provides the monthly indicator. The index now stands at 88.7, down from 94.1 in October. Looking at the two component indexes, the expectation index took aMore »

Last updated: November 26, 2014

Consumer Confidence Rises; Holiday Shoppers Likely to Spend More

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NEW YORK-Two studies point to a healthy holiday shopping season this year. The consumer confidence index, which had fallen in September, rebounded by rising 5.5 points to 94.5 in October, according to The Conference Board, which compiles the monthly indicator. Also, a survey by Deloitte found that shoppers are optimistic about the U.S. economy andMore »

Last updated: October 29, 2014

Consumer Confidence Slips in February

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NEW YORK-Concerns over the economy’s short-term outlook ended the consumer confidence index’s brief two-month streak of gains in February. As compiled by The Conference Board, the index was down 1.3 points to 78.1. A Conference Board statement said the expectations index, one of the two main components to the overall indicator, dragged consumer confidence downMore »

Last updated: February 25, 2014

Consumer Confidence Dips in Nov.

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NEW YORK–Consumer confidence, which had decreased sharply in October, declined again in November, according to The Conference Board, which compiles the indicator. The Index now stands at 70.4, down from 72.4 in October. The Present Situation Index edged down to 72.0 from 72.6. The Expectations Index declined to 69.3 from 72.2 last month. Consumers’ assessmentMore »

Last updated: November 26, 2013