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Swiss consumer confidence jumped seven points to 106 in the third quarter, a reflection of a booming economy and a strong job market. Currently, Switzerland’s confidence level is 18 points above the European average of 87.
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Consumer confidence remains quite strong in Switzerland, one index point away from 100. Confidence contracted, however, from the first quarter, where it was measured at 104 points. Currently, Switzerland’s confidence level is 12 points above the European average of 87.
The retail trade in Switzerland is growing slightly: consumers spent CHF 33 billion on their purchases in 2017. Find out the latest trends from our new "Nielsen Consumers" app.
Consumer confidence in Switzerland increased in the first quarter of 2018 compared to the fourth quarter of 2017. This is shown by the Consumer Confidence Index, which stood at 104 index points in the first quarter of 2018. Consumer confidence has thus increased by five index points compared to the...
Die Schweizer schauen optimistisch in die Zukunft. 57% beurteilen ihre Jobaussichten als (sehr) gut - 56% sagen dies über ihre persönlichen Finanzen. Dies resultiert in einem Consumer Confidence Index von 97 Punkten (identisch zum 3. Quartal 2016).
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