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Consumer confidence in the member states of the European Union in January 2019 (0 = neutral)

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Consumer confidence in EU countries January 2019 The statistic shows an index of consumer confidence in the member states of the European Union in January 2019. According to the source, consumer confidence is shown by seasonally adjusted numerical averages, converted from answers to selected questions that are closely related to the reference variables being tracked (e.g. expectations around personal financial situation in the next twelve months, savings, prosperity to buy). A positive value indicates that the consumers are optimistic about the economic situation; a negative value indicates pessimism. In Greece, consumer confidence was at -28.3 points in January 2019.
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The statistic shows an index of consumer confidence in the member states of the European Union in January 2019. According to the source, consumer confidence is shown by seasonally adjusted numerical averages, converted from answers to selected questions that are closely related to the reference variables being tracked (e.g. expectations around personal financial situation in the next twelve months, savings, prosperity to buy). A positive value indicates that the consumers are optimistic about the economic situation; a negative value indicates pessimism. In Greece, consumer confidence was at -28.3 points in January 2019.
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Release date
February 2019
Region
EU
Survey time period
January 2019
Special properties
Seasonally adjusted
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