Eurozone consumer confidence


Eurozone consumer confidence: -14 (-2.1%)
Last Update: June 30, 2024

Eurozone consumer confidence closed down -14 as of June 30, 2024 from -14.3 from the previous month and -16.1 from last year.


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Eurozone consumer confidence

DateValues
2024-06-30 -14
2024-05-31 -14.3
2024-04-30 -14.7
2024-03-31 -14.9
2024-02-29 -15.5
2024-01-31 -16.1
2023-12-31 -15.1
2023-11-30 -16.9
2023-10-31 -17.9
2023-09-30 -17.7
2023-08-31 -16
2023-07-31 -15.2
2023-06-30 -16.1
2023-05-31 -17.4
2023-04-30 -17.5
2023-03-31 -19.1
2023-02-28 -19
2023-01-31 -20.6
2022-12-31 -22
2022-11-30 -23.7
2022-10-31 -27.4
2022-09-30 -28.7
2022-08-31 -25
2022-07-31 -27.2

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Eurozone consumer confidence Statistics


IndicatorSymbolActualPreviousM/M%Y/Y%TrendSlopePercentileUpdate
consumer confidenceea.consconfidence-14.0-14.3-2-13UPUP442024-06-30

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Eurozone consumer confidence Historical Data

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What is the Eurozone consumer confidence

Consumer confidence in the Eurozone refers to the overall sentiment and optimism that consumers have about the state of the economy and their personal financial situation within the Eurozone countries. This confidence is influenced by various factors such as economic growth, employment rates, inflation, and political stability. When consumer confidence is high, it typically leads to increased spending and investment, which can stimulate economic growth. Conversely, when consumer confidence is low, it can result in decreased spending and a slowdown in economic activity. Monitoring and analyzing consumer confidence is important for policymakers and businesses as it provides insights into consumer behavior and can help forecast future economic trends.