Housing is hot and consumer confidence continues to rise, but indicators suggest a slowing rebound
Housing is hot and consumer confidence continues to rise, but indicators suggest a slowing rebound.
Boat sales and the housing market are red hot. Can that trend continue post-election and post-pandemic?
With Covid-19 still bearing down, indicators fluctuate.
Are we witnessing the calm before the storm?
A cloud of uncertainty looks to damper growth.
Consumer confidence and spending take a hit.
Financial markets and consumers react to the coronavirus pandemic
Leading indicators remain strong to start off 2020.
Industry analysts see 2020 as another strong year.
Despite the extreme politics of this election year, consumer confidence remains high, the Fed chair talks about a “glass more than half full,” and economists see “green shoots” for 2020.
Despite last summer’s concerns, the economy isn’t showing any signs of dipping into recession.
Consumers voice concerns about economic trends.
One major survey shows buoyant consumer confidence, while a second raises a red flag around tariffs.
Main Street’s smiling as consumer confidence returns.
With a strong June jobs report, fears of a recession recede.
Economy Report: Confidence has rebounded as the industry leaves behind a wet, sluggish first half of 2019.
As jobs growth rebounded, consumer confidence in the economy lifted.
Despite an 18-year high in consumer confidence, small businesses remain cautious about the U.S. economy’s outlook.
Even with a decline in January’s consumer confidence, employers added jobs.
Despite stock-market jitters, economic indicators remain fundamentally strong.
espite a slowdown in housing, the U.S. economy remains fundamentally sound.
The Consumer Confidence index was close to an all-time high in October.