Consumer confidence surges higher in Jan. (1/27/2015)
The gauge of Americans’ attitudes surged almost 10 points higher in one month, rising from 93.1 to 102.9 – its highest point in almost seven years.
Fla.’s consumer confidence up 2 points in Nov. (11/26/2014)
Floridians are feeling pretty good these days and think it’s a great time to buy big-ticket items. The index is at the highest it’s been since March 2007.
U.S. consumer confidence falls in Nov. (11/25/2014)
The index dropped to 88.7, as consumers feel less optimistic about the nation’s short-term outlook, the current job market and business conditions.
Fla.’s consumer confidence down 1 point in Oct. (10/29/2014)
It’s the first decline since May and suggests Floridians see things differently. In yesterday’s national report, American attitudes surged 5 points higher.
U.S. consumer confidence surges 5 points in Oct. (10/28/2014)
The index rose to 94.5. Consumers feel better about the current job market and business conditions, and more optimistic about the country’s short-term outlook.
Fla. consumer confidence reaches post-recession high (10/1/2014)
UF’s monthly study of Floridians’ attitudes uncovered a one-point boost for Sept., in contrast to the latest national survey that declined month-to-month.
Consumer confidence declines in Sept. (9/30/2014)
The Consumer Confidence Index declined today after rising for four months. Researchers say the primary reason is lower optimism about the job market.
UF: Fla.’s consumer confidence unchanged in Aug. (8/27/2014)
Floridians’ economic outlook was unchanged for the third month. At 82, it suggests confidence is greater than during a recession but less than an economic boom.
U.S. consumer confidence hits seven-year high (8/26/2014)
It’s the fourth consecutive month for a boost in attitudes as the Consumer Confidence Index hits 92.4 – not far from its pre-recession historical average of 102.
Consumer confidence rises again in July (7/29/2014)
Confident consumers spend money and buy homes, and at 90.9, the monthly index hit its highest point since Oct. 2007, with “future expectations” rising 6.3 points.