FL Governor Rick Scott |  Job Creation |  Economic Development |  Population |  FL Office of Financial Regulation |  Consumer Confidence |  FL CFO Jeff Atwater |  U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis
Economy >
Florida consumer confidence remains flat for December

According to a University of Florida survey, Florida consumer confidence levels remained unchanged in December at 77.

Three of the five components that make up consumer confidence fell for the month, with perceptions of personal finances compared to a year ago falling two points to 67, the one-year outlook on the U.S. economy falling two points to 74 and the perception of whether now is a good time to buy big-ticket items falling four points to 88. The five-year outlook on the U.S. economy was unchanged at 76 and expectations of personal finances a year from now jumped six points to 80.

This brief has been archived. The entire brief is available exclusively to LobbyTools subscribers.

Already a subscriber? Login, or call 850-915-0100 ext. 1 for customer support.

Try out LobbyTools FREE!
Filed in: Economy
Tags: Consumer Confidence
Related Current