consumer sentiment

US Consumer Sentiment Remains Strong, but Sources of Uncertainty Are ‘Stirring’

The preliminary University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index rose from a January reading of 99.8 to February's preliminary level of 100.9. When the preliminary January index score was reported last ...
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Volatile Consumer Sentiment Jumps to Near 2-Year High

The Morning Consult index of consumer sentiment recorded its highest reading since early 2018 last week. As of February 9, the consumer index score was 115.5, up from 113.9 at ...
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Coronavirus Threat Begins to Weigh on Consumer Sentiment

The Morning Consult index of consumer sentiment ended its string of gains last week with a dip in consumer confidence. As of February 2, the consumer index score was 113.9, ...
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US Consumer Sentiment Hits 9-Month High

The final University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index increased from a December reading of 99.3 to January's level of 99.8. When the preliminary January index score was reported earlier this ...
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Coronavirus Threat Doesn’t Weigh on Consumer Sentiment

The Morning Consult index of consumer sentiment retained its positive trend last week. As of January 26, the consumer index score was 114.5, up from a 113.9 score at the ...
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Consumer Sentiment Turns Positive Again

The Morning Consult index of consumer sentiment pulled back slightly from a 52-week high set in the final week of December. As of January 19, the consumer index score was ...
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Consumer Sentiment Remains Strong in First Week of 2020 Despite Middle East Conflicts

The Morning Consult index of consumer sentiment rose to 114.8 last week for its 12th consecutive week-over-week gain. This week's score deteriorated sharply on Friday and Sunday, likely a reaction ...
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Year-End Consumer Sentiment Hits 2-Year High

The Morning Consult index of consumer sentiment rose to 114.0 last week, for its eleventh consecutive week-over-week gain. This week's score was the highest in two years, and the daily ...
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Year-End Consumer Sentiment Reaches Highest Level in Nearly 2 Years

The Morning Consult index of consumer sentiment rose to 112.7 last week for its 10th consecutive week-over-week gain. The last time consumer sentiment reached these levels was early in 2018, ...
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US Consumer Sentiment at 7-Month High

The final University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index for December rose month over month from a November reading of 96.8 to December's level of 99.3. When the preliminary December index ...
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Year-End Consumer Sentiment Remains Solid, Building Hopes for Continuation Into 2020

Consumer sentiment remained essentially unchanged last week despite an announced trade deal between the United States and China. The Morning Consult index of consumer sentiment ticked higher last week for ...
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Consumer Sentiment Remains Solid as Holiday Shopping Hits the Home Stretch

Consumer sentiment remains buoyant as the holiday shopping season heads into its final two weeks. The Morning Consult index of consumer sentiment rose again last week for its eighth consecutive ...
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Consumer Sentiment Remains Strong Heading Into Holiday Shopping Season

Consumer sentiment extended its streak of weekly gains to seven last week, according to the latest report from Morning Consult. Based on the firm's daily survey of some 7,500 U.S. ...
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US Consumer Sentiment Rises as Black Friday Approaches

The final University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index for November rose from an October reading of 95.5 to 96.8. When the preliminary November index score was reported earlier this month, ...
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Consumer Sentiment Strengthens as Americans Acknowledge Wage, Job Gains

Consumer sentiment extended its streak of weekly gains to four last week, according to the latest report from Morning Consult. Based on the firm's daily survey of some 7,500 U.S. ...
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