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  • U.S. consumer confidence slips in April

    U.S. consumers were feeling a little less confident in April, even though the stock market was rebounding from its February lows.


  • Eurozone economic confidence falls to 13-month low

    Even before a potential knock to economic sentiment from the Brussels attacks, confidence across the 19-country eurozone was already on the wane.


  • Consumer confidence falls in February

    Consumer confidence fell in February to the lowest level in seven months as worries about a slowing economy and tumbling stock prices took a toll.


  • US consumer confidence jumps to 7-month high

    NEW YORK — U.S. consumer confidence jumped this month to the highest level since February, bolstered by a brighter hiring outlook.


  • Consumer confidence slipped in June

    NEW YORK — Americans can’t seem to shake their uneasy feeling about the economy. Consumer confidence fell in June for the fourth month in a row as lingering worries about …


  • Consumer confidence at lowest since recession

    Americans say they feel worse about the economy than they have since the depths of the Great Recession.


  • Consumer confidence tumbles; stocks fall

    Americans, worried about jobs and the sluggish economic recovery, are having a relapse in confidence, causing a widely watched index to tumble in June and raising concerns about consumer spending …


  • Stocks pare losses as consumer sentiment climbs

    Stocks traded in a narrow range today after a report showed consumers are gaining confidence in the economy, even if they aren’t returning to stores.


  • Consumers slowly show signs of springing back

    Signs of life in consumer spending are sprouting this spring. A partial rebound in consumer confidence, a positive report on January home prices and an expected strong March from retailers …


  • Consumer confidence falls sharply

    Americans’ outlook on the economy went into relapse in February. Rising job worries sent a key barometer of confidence to its lowest point in 10 months, raising concerns about the …


  • Consumer confidence extends rise in December

    A more upbeat outlook on jobs pushed Americans’ confidence in the economy higher in December for the second month in a row, a survey released today said


  • Economy’s rebound not as strong as first thought

    The economy is growing modestly, with consumers too wary about spending to invigorate the recovery.


  • Consumer spending declines last month

    NEW YORK – Concerns that consumers won’t help drive a speedy and strong economic recovery only escalated Tuesday after an influential barometer of confidence fell unexpectedly in September. The Conference …


  • U.S. consumers stoke spark of hope

    NEW YORK – Even with unemployment still rising and home prices still slumping, Americans’ confidence in the economy is returning. A widely watched barometer of confidence unexpectedly rose to the …


  • Consumer confidence soars in May

    Consumer confidence extended its rebound in May, soaring to the highest level since last September as more shoppers are feeling the worst of the recession is behind them.


  • After the buying binge, consumers at a crossroads

    MINNEAPOLIS – For many consumers, the jig is up. After years of supersizing our houses, cars, meals and closets, Americans’ buying binge seems to be over.


  • Consumer confidence shaky

    NEW YORK – This is one recession Americans aren’t going to spend their way out of. The Conference Board said Tuesday its Consumer Confidence Index edged down to 37.7 this …


  • Dec. consumer confidence drops to all-time low

    NEW YORK — Consumer confidence hit an all-time low in December, dropping unexpectedly in the face of layoffs and deteriorating markets for housing, stocks and other investments.

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