consumer confidence

The Conference Board reported Tuesday that its consumer confidence level hit a 21-month low in June.
When the University of Michigan released its preliminary reading on consumer sentiment for May, it came with the caveat that the data had been collected prior to the end of trade talks and the trade...
If you listened to certain factions of mainstream media, the tariffs against China might have you fearing that a full-blown recession is coming on the back of an all-out trade war. Apparently,...
The University of Michigan has released its revised consumer sentiment report for the month of April. This should help to quell some of those "recession is imminent" fears that the media keeps...
The Conference Board has released its Consumer Confidence Index, which shows a decline in March after increasing in February.
Consumer sentiment had been expected to recover from January's lows due to the federal government shutdown, but the University of Michigan's survey delivered an even stronger recovery than expected.
More than 70 million Americans have more credit card debt than they have in emergency savings, the highest rate in almost a decade.
Americans are feeling more and more confident about their finances in 2019. It turns out that the stock market panic late in 2018, all the trade war fears and even a partial government shutdown did...
The Conference Board reported Tuesday morning that its consumer confidence index for January dipped on the back of the government shutdown and tumultuous financial markets.
Results of a recent survey by the American Institute of CPAs showed a decline in Americans' personal satisfaction with their finances. This marks the first downturn in seven quarters.
The Conference Board's consumer confidence index dipped in November from an 18-year high posted in October. Consumers expect the U.S. economy to slow down in the coming months.
The U.S. economy continues to be a mighty engine. Consumer confidence reached an 18-year high this month.
The Conference Board reported Tuesday that consumer confidence rose again in October as U.S. consumers retain a positive outlook based largely on solid employment prospects.
The Conference Board on Tuesday reported a consumer confidence index score of 138.4 for September. The score is closing in on an all-time high set in 2000.
The Conference Board's consumer confidence index rose to a near 18-year high in August as consumers assessment of current business and job market conditions continued to improve.