CCI continues to grow. By the end of the summer, a further, rather moderate increase of the CCI can be observed – from -25.5 in July to -23.9 in August (1.6 index points). There was an increase in both sub-indices – the Expectations Index and the Present Situation Index – of 0.4 and 2.9 points, respectively.
A slight increase in CCI: consumer confidence increased from -30.4 in June to -25.5 in July. This 4.5 index point increase was mostly driven by a jump in expectations – the Present Situation Index increased by 1.1 index points
A slight increase in CCI: Consumer confidence has increased by 0.7 index points – from -31.1 in May to -30.4 in June. The Present Situation Index remained at a similar level with an increase of just 0.2 points
Rise in CCI: Consumer confidence increased by 3.3 index points from -34.4 in April to -31.1 in May. Both the Present Situation Index and the Expectations Index contributed to the increase, with the Present Situation Index increasing by 4.4 index points and the Expectations Index by 2.2 points.
CCI decreases again. After the CCI’s quick comeback in March, the index failed to continue the upward trend and fell again after February’s shock; the index decreased by 2.9 index points – from -31.5 in March to -34.4 in April. Both the Present Situation Index and the Expectations Index contributed to the decrease, with the Present Situation Index dropping by 2.9 index points