According to the latest Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index, U.S. consumer confidence, along with a measure of Americans’ views of the economy, advanced last week to the highest levels in nearly 17 years. READ MORE www.metrointel.com
Americans' confidence rose for the first time in four weeks as households grew more upbeat about their finances amid higher stock prices, with the index rising from 50.6 to 51.6.READ MORE www.metrointel.com
The gain in confidence, the first in three weeks, shows Americans are upbeat about the economy as stocks rally, unemployment lingers near a 17-year low and property values increase. The gauge of sentiment about the economy is now at...
U.S. consumer comfort last week held near the highest level since 2001, falling from 54.6 to 54.4, even as stocks fell on concerns about higher interest rates.READ MORE www.metrointel.com
Americans grew more upbeat last week about the economy's performance and the buying climate, with the weekly comfort index rising to 53.8, the highest since March 2001.READ MORE www.metrointel.com