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Last Updated: Jan 12, 2024     Views: 89

Go to the Consumer confidence index (CCI) via OECD iLibrary.

The consumer confidence index (CCI) is based on households' plans for major purchases and their economic situation, both currently and their expectations for the immediate future. Opinions compared to a “normal” state are collected and the difference between positive and negative answers provides a qualitative index on economic conditions.

LSEG Workspace (formerly Refinitiv Workspace) (available at Barcelona and Madrid Libraries, or limited licenses for desktop application or web access). Use Data Category Economics, and look for Consumer Confidence (mnemonic is USCNFCONQ) using the search field. Contains Consumer Confidence Index dating back to 1969. Data can be downloaded into Excel. 

Go to the The US Conference Board Consumer Confidence Index.

Use also Surveys of Consumers from the University of Michigan.

Go to Business and Consumer Surveys (European Commission).

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