The UK consumer confidence index for the country's economy in February was minus 13 points, having increased from January to minus 14 points, GfK NOP reported. The negative value of the index has been observed for 38 months in a row. The British did not change the assessment of their own financial situation over the past year, leaving it at zero. Their expectations for the next 12 months also retained the January value of 1 point. The indicator, which determines the attitude of consumers to the economic situation in the country over the past year, amounted to minus 33 points, having increased by 2 points. The British willingness to spend money on purchases rose by 3 points to 5 points.
Australian employment rate outpaces forecasts, analysts throw in the towel on February rate cut20.01.2020
Bank of America aims to 'double' consumer market share in US, says CEO10.01.2020
Brexit deal in December uplifts Irish consumer sentiment10.01.2020
Japan consumer spending declines again in November, dents recovering economy