Index of Consumer Confidence: April 2017

The Conference Board of Canada, April 26, 2017
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The monthly Index of Consumer Confidence is constructed from responses to four attitudinal questions posed to a random sample of Canadian households.

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The Conference Board of Canada’s Index of Consumer Confidence fell 2.3 points in April to 109.4 (2014 = 100). The decline ended a streak of two consecutive increases, but the index’s elevated level suggests that consumers remain optimistic about their economic prospects after several months of strong economic growth and employment gains at the national level.

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