WASHINGTON — U.S. consumer confidence slid again in July as higher prices for food, gas and just about everything else continued to weigh on Americans.July 26, 2022
SILVER SPRING, Md. — U.S. consumer confidence edged lower in May as Americans’ view of their present and future prospects dimmed in the midst of persistent inflation.May 31, 2022
U.S. consumer confidence fell in February to the lowest since September as expectations for growth and financial prospects softened amid decades-high inflation.
WASHINGTON — U.S. consumer confidence rose in December as Americans shrugged off concerns about rising prices and COVID-19’s highly contagious omicron variant.
U.S. consumer confidence dropped in August to a six-month low, suggesting concerns over the delta variant and elevated prices are weighing on Americans’ views of the economy now and in the coming months.
U.S. consumer confidence fell slightly in May for the first time this year as Americans were less optimistic about future job and income prospects but at the same time remain upbeat about current conditions.
U.S. consumer confidence rose in March to a one-year high as Americans grew more upbeat about the economy and labor market, a sign that household spending may pick up more broadly in the coming months.