Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index

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Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index

An index on the level of consumer confidence in the United States. It takes the form of a survey conducted by the University of Michigan. It is published each month. A rising index indicates rising confidence while a falling index indicates the opposite.
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housing starts, building permits, industrial production and the University of Michigan sentiment index.
The Thomson Reuters/ University of Michigan sentiment index fell to 77.
inflation and industrial output figures and a University of Michigan sentiment survey and strong readings could help push it higher.
consumer price index and December retail sales as well as the Reuters/University of Michigan sentiment data.
While the Michigan sentiment survey still remains above the 55.
Figures on the industry orders and preliminary index of consumer mood by Michigan Sentiment were output being approximately at the expected levels.
The retail sales and University of Michigan sentiment reports are notable readings for measuring the health of the large consumer sector.
On the data front, the Reuters/University of Michigan sentiment survey was expected to show a reading of 62.
The Reuters/University of Michigan sentiment index for this month dropped to 56.
The index of consumer sentiment used here is the Expectations Component of the University of Michigan Sentiment Index.
We will also get two looks at how consumers are feeling with the Consumer Confidence index and the University of Michigan sentiment index.
The Michigan sentiment bounce to a downwardly-revised 99.
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