U.S. consumer confidence improved in August

A survey by the Conference Board showed that the consumer confidence index rose to 108 in September, the highest level since April, from 103.6 in August.

The consumer confidence index was supported by strong labor market trends and lower energy prices.

The U.S. Consumer Confidence Index is a survey of consumer outlook, confidence in the current economy and the economy over the next six months, personal finances, and employment.

Leave a Reply

Change Language
%d bloggers like this: