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Consumer confidence inches up

According to a survey conducted by the University of Florida Bureau of Economic and Business Research, consumer confidence in the state went up one point in January to 78.

Two of the five components that make up consumer confidence increased, with the one-year outlook on the U.S. economy gaining three points at 76 and the five-year outlook going up nine points to 83. Perceptions of personal finance compared to a year ago fell one point to 68 and feelings on whether now is a good time to buy big ticket items dropped six points to 85. Expectations of personal finances a year from now was unchanged at 78.

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Filed in: Economy
Tags: Consumer Confidence
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