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ET U.S. consumers turned more upbeat about the economy this month, according to a report released Tuesday. Better sentiment about job availability supports expectations for a good increase in July payrolls. The Conference Board, a private research
The Conference Board's index of consumer confidence jumped to 90.9 from 85.2 in June...Consumer confidence increased for the third consecutive month and is now at its highest level since October 2007 (95.2)," said the Conference Board's Lynn Franco .
Consumer confidence is now back to pre-budget levels and consistent with moderate growth in consumption and economic activity," he said in a statement on Tuesday. "The good news is that the headline impact of the budget appears to be temporary and
World shares dipped on Friday having clawed their way back towards all-time highs after a week of largely reassuring economic signals but rising political tensions. European markets opened with the region's main bourses down 0.1 to 0.6 per cent as
Business confidence is still falling from "extreme levels of optimism" early this year, a new survey shows. The latest ANZ Business Outlook shows a net 40 per cent of businesses are optimistic about general prospects, down 3 points from last month,
Wellington Business confidence down slightly, but still positive Confidence in the Wellington region's economy has taken a slight downturn but remains significantly more positive than it was throughout 2013, according to the latest Wellington
The University of Michigan's preliminary read on consumer sentiment in July was a bit disappointing...This disappointing report comes despite higher stock prices and lower gas prices.
Based on the office's survey of 3,381 respondents nationwide, the Consumer Confidence Index rose from 28.5 points in May to 38.4 points in June, the highest figure in 12 months. The baseline is 50, with scores higher than that indicating positive
Japan's government raised its assessment of the economy on Thursday because a decline in consumer spending after a sales tax increase is starting to fade due to improving consumer sentiment and a tight labor market. It was the first time in six
Consumer confidence is inching up as consumers appear to be shrugging off rising interest rates and are focusing instead on better employment prospects and a solid economy. The latest ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence Index rose to 132.7, its second