Items Tagged with 'Consumer Confidence Survey'


  • Consumer Confidence Survey reveals Americans fear tariffs

    25% of American consumers worried about economic impact
    The threat of international tariffs modestly reduced consumer confidence in June, according to a Consumer Confidence Survey conducted by The University of Michigan. Surveys of Consumers Chief Economist Richard Curtin explained that two-thirds of consumers believe more international trade is better for the domestic economy.
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  • Consumer confidence surges to 16-year high

    Expressed optimism for short-term business outlook
    Consumer confidence surged in March to its highest level since 2000, following the optimism seen in other parts of the housing market. Consumers are more optimistic about every area of the economy including the labor market, current and future economic conditions.
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  • Consumers have never felt better about housing than they do right now

    Fannie Mae survey shows consumer confidence reaches all-time high
    Consumers’ faith in the housing market is stronger than it’s ever been before, according to a newly released survey from Fannie Mae. Fannie Mae’s latest Home Purchase Sentiment Index shows that consumer confidence in housing hit an all-time high in February, continuing a climb in confidence that began in January.
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  • Fannie Mae: Consumers never felt so poorly about home buying

    Homebuyer confidence falls to all-time low
    Fewer consumers feel that now is a good time to buy than ever before, according to new survey results released Monday by Fannie Mae. The survey results come on the heels of the previous month’s survey, which showed consumers had less confidence in the housing market in general than they had for 18 months.
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