Market/Economic Trends The Ashton Report Insider

Consumer Confidence Measures Remain Very Strong

Written by The Ashton Report

The University of Michigan’s preliminary December Consumer Sentiment Index held steady at 97.5, precisely the same as the final November reading. The Conference Board’s Consumer Confidence Index fell slightly to 135.7 in November, down from 137.9 in October. Both indices are running at levels not seen since before 2000. UM Surveys of Consumers Chief Economist…

This content is for registered members of The Ashton Report or paid subscribers to The Ashton Report Insider only. Please register by clicking the button below to get full access.

Log In Register

About the author

The Ashton Report