The state’s consumer confidence hit a post-recession high in June, according to a University of Florida report.
There was an unexpected jump in the state’s consumer confidence in the month of June. The monthly University of Florida survey released Tuesday shows consumer confidence jumped up to 82 on a scale of 2 to 150 benchmarked to 1966.
Florida’s consumers don’t seem to mind the still struggling recovery as consumer confidence continues to rise in the Sunshine State.
We’re slowly starting to feel a little better about the economy. At least that’s according to the University of Florida’s monthly survey which found the state’s consumer confidence rated a 78 on a scale fo 2 to 150.
Florida’s consumer confidence is falling sharply, according to a recent survey.
Floridians continue to view the economy and how affects them from the glass is half empty perspective.
The stock market rocketed higher Tuesday after strong economic indicators showed the American economy continues to move ahead. The economic outlook has sent consumer confidence up nationwide, including in the Sunshine State.
When it comes to the economy, Floridians remain reasonably optimistic despite possible setbacks that are on the horizon.
The Great Recession is showing no signs of easing up on the state of Florida. The latest consumer confidence numbers for the state showed that there is little hope for this changing as well.
As much as some economists want you to believe the recession is over, a double-dip in home prices may be arriving sooner rather than later. And that could spell further woe for the depressed home markets in South Florida.