Consumers Expect More Jobs Featured

By Staff Writer June 29, 2018

The Conference Board Consumer Confidence Index decreased in June, following an increase in May.


The Index now stands at 126.4, down from 128.8 in May.


Consumers’ outlook for the labor market was slightly more favorable.


The proportion expecting more jobs in the months ahead increased marginally, to 20 percent from 19.7 percent, while those anticipating fewer jobs decreased, to 12.6 percent from 13.1 percent.

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