Consumer Confidence Increases Across Europe, with Nordic Sentiment Healthy Overall

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Quarter three 2016 saw consumer confidence in 26 European markets improve versus the previous quarter, but confidence levels vary greatly between countries in the region, with Denmark recording Europe’s highest score of 107; a marked contrast to the region’s low score of only 50, as measured in the Ukraine.
These results are taken from the quarterly Nielsen Consumer Confidence survey. The survey is polled globally and in Europe, covers 34 countries asking consumers how they feel about job prospects, personal finances and major concerns. Neilsen – Read more…

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