Global consumer confidence increased one point to an index of 94 in the second quarter, according to consumer confidence findings from Nielsen. The increase is part of a slow, but steady upward movement in consumer sentiment reported in the first half of the year.
Consumer confidence in the economy increased in seven of 14 Asia-Pacific markets measured according to findings from the Nielsen Consumer Confidence report.
Global consumer confidence increased in the first quarter of 2013, rising two index points to 93 from 91 in Q4 2012, according to findings from the Nielsen Global Survey of Consumer Confidence and Spending Intentions. Improved consumer attitudes about job prospects, personal finances and the...
Nielsen’s Q4 2012 Global Consumer Confidence Report – Consumer confidence in developing Asia-Pacific markets outperformed developed ones.
Concerns about job security increased in Q4 2012 to match worries about the economy, according to findings from the Nielsen Global Survey of Consumer Confidence and Spending Intentions.
Concerns about global recessionary conditions subsided, but negative sentiment about the economy remains considerable for a majority of consumers around the world.
The Nielsen Global Survey of Consumer Confidence and Spending Intentions measures consumer confidence, major concerns and spending intentions among more than 29,000 respondents with Internet access in 58 countries. In the latest round of the survey, conducted November 10–27, 2012, consumer...