WASHINGTON – Consumer confidence tumbled in May to the lowest level in six months on continued worries over jobs and general business conditions, the conference board reported yesterday. The consumer confidence index of the New York-based business research organization posted a reading of 61.5, down from 67.6 in April.
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Consumer confidence in the U.S. fell to a six-month low in May as Americans became less sanguine about. much more of the downward revision than previously thought. Trade was hit both by the strong.
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Consumer confidence surged in May to a six-month high, spurred by a strong labor market, a new survey showed. Higher gas prices and a.
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May 31 (BusinessDesk) – Consumer confidence eased in May to a six-month low but continues to hover around the historical average. The latest ANZ-Roy Morgan survey of consumer confidence fell 4 points in May to 119.3, but remained above the neutral 100-point level and just below the historical average of 120.0. It was the lowest level since November.
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New Zealand: Consumer confidence recedes to a six-month low in May May 31, 2019 The ANZ-Roy Morgan consumer confidence indicator declined to 119.3 in May (April: 123.2), notching a six-month low but remaining well above the 100-point threshold that.
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Consumer confidence surged to a record level this month, defying economic headwinds such as the U.S.-China trade war and higher gasoline prices. Equity market volatility also seemed to have little.
The latest data shows that the YouGov/Cebr Consumer Confidence Index stands at 108.6- up from 107.8 in August. Any score over 100 means more consumers are confident than unconfident. Since the election, consumer confidence has been relatively subdued but over the past month it has risen greatly and now stands at its highest level since March.