Tagged With Consumer Confidence

63% of Australians say they aren’t travelling for Easter, as border closures, snap lockdowns and a glacial vaccination program dampen traveller confidence


Biden's stimulus made Americans more confident about the economy than both of Trump's major relief bills


Americans with more education are optimistic about the economy. The rest aren't.



Australians racked up $24 billion in credit card debt for Christmas, as the country remembers how to spend again


US stocks close mixed as stimulus optimism clashes with new virus strain


US consumer confidence unexpectedly falls to lowest since August as COVID-19 restrictions escalate



The New South Wales lockdown could cost retailers more than $360 million a week, disrupting their busiest time of year


As Americans overall grow more worried about inequality, those making $100,000 and up are surging in consumer confidence


Consumer confidence has surged for the fourth consecutive month to reach its highest level since October 2010


UK retail sales roared higher in October, as consumers stocked up ahead of national lockdowns


Australians are feeling the most positive about the property market since 2013, expecting prices to rise despite job fears


Long-term investors can look beyond current market turmoil as stocks could gain up to 12% in the next few months, a Wall Street investment chief says



US stocks close mixed as tech surge battles against industrial sell-off


US consumer confidence dips as labour-market pain weighs on economic expectations


US consumer confidence soars the most in 17 years as recovery optimism rebounds


US consumer confidence drops for 2nd straight month as virus cuts deeper into spending and hiring



US consumer confidence snaps 3-month growth streak as new COVID outbreaks stifle reopening optimism


Global consumer confidence posted a record plunge in the 2nd quarter as the coronavirus pandemic slammed job prospects, finances


Consumer confidence has taken a hit from the second Victorian lockdown, falling 6.1% nationwide in July


These 4 economic signals suggest the COVID-19 recovery is losing steam as cases spike