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.
As Republicans continue to hold the U.S. government and economy hostage to achieve policy goals; consumer confidence in the U.S. is dropping at a rate not seen since Lehman Brothers collapsed in 2008.
Floridians continue to view the economy and how affects them from the glass is half empty perspective.
After edging up over the last couple of months, consumer confidence in Florida took an unexpected dip this month.
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.
October 1st isn’t the official start of fall, but it does mark the beginning of the economic fourth quarter. And in 2012, there are some encouraging signs the U.S. recovery continues to see limited gains, but there are also lingering signs some old problems are not going away soon enough.
Have you been feeling a little better about your life and future lately? You’re not alone.
When it comes to the economy, Floridians remain reasonably optimistic despite possible setbacks that are on the horizon.
It probably didn’t show in the massive crowds that swamped South Florida stores on Thanksgiving, but according to the University of Florida, consumer confidence in the Sunshine State remained poor through November.