Wednesday, February 05, 2020

Consumer confidence grows by 1.2 point in 2019, according to CNDL/SPC Brazil

The consumer confidence indicator ended 2019 with 47 points (on a scale that goes up to 100), level 1.2 point above that recorded in the same period a year earlier, according to cndl/SPC Brazil data that will be released on Wednesday, 05. Back foot. The overall perception of consumers in relation to the economy remains negative, although it was less negative than the previous year. According to the data, 62% of Brazilians rate the current economic moment of the country as "bad" – last year, there were 72%. The percentage of Brazilians who consider the economic moment had a slight improvement from 2% to 7%. Another 30% consider it "regular". Grip. Regarding their own financial life, 14% of consumers rate the situation as "good", 47% as "regular" and 38% as "bad". For 55% of respondents, the cost of living is the one that is heavier in the budget, followed by unemployment (20%).
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