Thursday, May 11, 2017

Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index dips slightly in May

While consumer comfort remains near a 15-year high, Americans were a bit rattled about the prospects for the U.S. economy in the latest week, amid a recent report that first-quarter growth was the weakest in three years. Still, the index is on a healthy run, remaining above 49 for 11 straight weeks -- the longest such streak since September 2001.


1 comment:

Nusrat Borsha said...

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