It’s time for another check in on Consumer Confidence. Here’s the data as of June:
At 69.2, the Present Situation Index has gained 243% from its December 2009 low point, and sits at its higest level since June 2008. The expectations index also rose in June, gaining 11% from its May level.
Apparently rising rates haven’t had an effect yet on consumer confidence. Of course the biggest spike came in the last week or so, just before this data was released, so we may see somewhat of a dip next month.
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