Consumer Confidence Index

The U.S. consumer confidence index (CCI) is an indicator designed to measure consumer confidence, which is defined as the degree of optimism on the state of the economy that consumers are expressing through their activities of savings and spending. Global consumer confidence is not measured. Country by country analysis indicates huge variance around the globe. In an interconnected global economy, tracking international consumer confidence is a lead indicator of economic trends.In the United States consumer confidence is issued monthly by The Conference Board, an independent economic research organization, and is based on 5,000 households.
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  • Global Consumer Confidence Is Up, Led by North America

    … believe now is a good time to buy increased 2 percentage points to 51%. Consumer confidence increased by one index point in the Asia-Pacific region (to 107), three points in the Middle East/Africa (96), one point in Latin America (91), and one point in Europe (78) from the previous quarter. To see in-depth country-by-country data, check out Nielsen's…

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