Friday, 22 February 2013
The Swedish overall Consumers' expectations, (CCI,) rose to 1.0 in February, compared with -2.9 the previous month.
According to a new survey from the Swedish Economic observer and
analytical organisation, National Institute for Economic Research of
households showed an improved household perception.
This is so because analysts had expected the consumer confidence index
would have risen to -0.7 in February, according to a summary of
Macro Index which reflects the vision of the Swedish economy now
and in twelve months, and unemployment trends twelve months ahead, rose
to -26.0 compared with -36.2 months before. Micro Index on its part,
which reflects the view of personal finances now and twelve months, and
planned purchases of durable goods, fell to +5.1 from +7.5.
by Scancomark.com Team
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