Global Consumer Confidence Index
Statistic Verification
Source: Nielsen
Research Date: 6.3.2013
Consumer confidence is an economic indicator which measures the degree of optimism that consumers feel about the overall state of the economy and their personal financial situation. How confident people feel about stability of their incomes affect their economic decisions, such as spending activity, and therefore serves as one of the key indicators for the overall shape of the economy. In essence, if consumer confidence is high, consumers will be making more purchases. On the other hand, if confidence is lower, consumers tend to save more and spend less.
Rank Country Consumer Confidence Index
1 India 121
2 Saudi Arabia 120
3 Indonesia 114
4 Philippines 112
4 Brazil 112
6 Thailand 109
7 United Arab Emirates 105
8 Hong Kong 104
8 China 104
10 Norway 101
10 Malaysia 101
12 Switzerland 99
12 Peru 99
14 New Zealand 98
15 Egypt 97
15 Australia 97
17 Vietnam 96
17 Canada 96
17 Austria 96
20 Singapore 94
21 Sweden 90
21 Netherlands 90
21 Colombia 90
24 Russia 89
25 Turkey 88
25 Israel 88
25 Argentina 88
  GLOBAL AVERAGE 88
28 Taiwan 87
28 Germany 87
28 Denmark 87
31 Pakistan 86
31 Belgium 86
33 Chile 85
34 Mexico 83
35 South Africa 78
35 Finland 78
37 United States 77
37 Czech Republic 77
39 Venezuela 75
40 Poland 74
41 Ukraine 73
41 United Kingdom 73
43 Estonia 72
44 Lithuania 71
45 Latvia 69
46 Ireland 64
47 Spain 56
47 Japan 56
47 France 56
50 Italy 52
51 Greece 51
52 Croatia 49
52 South Korea 49
52 Romania 49
55 Portugal 40
56 Hungary 37
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