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Oct
09

Economic indicators remain mixed

Recent signals from a number of public and private consumer and economic indices are decidedly mixed on what direction the economy is taking, supporting consumer apprehension about business conditions and the labor market.

Following an August 2009 increase driven by an optimistic consumer future outlook, the Conference Board Consumer Confidence Index fell from 54.5 to 53.1 in September 2009. The most drastic decline came in the Present Situation Index, with the future-looking Expectations Index declining only half a percentage point.

To learn more about the various indexs on the Retailer Daily website, click here.


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