Index of Consumer Confidence: May 2017

The Conference Board of Canada, May 30, 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 rose 2.1 points in May to 111.5 (2014 = 100). It was third increase in the last four months, offsetting the decline in April. It appears that the strong jobs gains seen of late have boosted consumer sentiment, but survey responses also reveal the degree to which Canada’s provinces have diverged economically.

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