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Articles relating to "Economic indicators":

Floridian consumer confidence bumps lower in April (4/29/2016)
Fla. sentiment dropped 3.5 points this month. Only one component improved but “whether it’s a good time to buy a big-ticket item” rose less than a point.

Consumer confidence drops a bit in April (4/26/2016)
While American consumers still feel fairly optimistic about present conditions, they continue to voice concerns about the not-too-distant future.

Fla. consumer sentiment rises in March (4/1/2016)
The biggest spike was in Floridians’ one-year expectation for personal finances, which rose 6.1 points. Overall, the index was 1.6 points higher than in Feb.

Consumer confidence surges on hopes for the future (3/29/2016)
The overall March index rose 2.2 points this month, but the measure of consumers’ attitudes about the short-term future rose almost 5 points.

Fla. consumer sentiment a bit lower (2/26/2016)
While current and short-term future outlooks held up well, Floridians’ five-year outlook dropped, causing the overall index to decline almost one point.

Consumer confidence dips in Feb. (2/23/2016)
Americans’ attitudes fell backward to 92.2 this month, due largely to attitudes about business conditions; previously, the index rose to 97.8 in Jan.

Floridians’ confidence stable as economy improves (1/29/2016)
Floridians seem to think the U.S. economy faces challenges but it won’t affect them personally: U.S. index numbers dropped but personal finance numbers climbed.

U.S. consumers more upbeat in Jan. (1/26/2016)
This month’s Consumer Confidence Index rose 1.8 points as assessments of current conditions held steady and short-term future expectations improved moderately.

Fla. consumers less confident but U.S. outlook rises (1/4/2016)
Consumer sentiment in Fla. dropped slightly in Dec. – less than one point – but overall U.S. consumer confidence rose almost four points.

Consumer confidence retreats again in Nov. (11/24/2015)
The monthly gauge of economic attitudes declined for the second month in a row, down to 90.4 as Americans continue to worry about the job market.