UK consumer confidence has fallen for the first time since 2013, according to the latest Nielsen Global Survey of Consumer Confidence and Spending Intentions.
The UK Consumer Confidence Index dipped two points to 101 in Q4 2015, from 103 in Q3.
Consumer confidence in the UK rose for the sixth successive quarter to surpass the global average for the first time in more than nine years – according to the latest figures from Nielsen, a leading global provider of information and
Consumer confidence in the UK jumped three points for the third successive quarter to hit its highest level for seven years, according to the latest figures from Nielsen, a leading global provider of information and insights. The UK Consumer Confidence Index
Consumer confidence has hit its highest level in the UK for six years, jumping eight points on the previous quarter to 87 in Q3 2013 – according to the latest figures from Nielsen, a leading global provider of information and
British consumer confidence levels took a hit in the first quarter of 2013 as the number of Britons with no spare cash and the number who believe they’re in a recession increased on the previous quarter, according to the latest
According to the latest research by Mintel on attitudes about the economy, consumers in the US are not looking at the future through rose-colored glasses. Indeed, almost three in four (72%) US consumers think younger generations will have a more difficult
Consumer confidence levels in Europe, already the lowest in the world by some margin, declined still further in the fourth quarter of 2012, and more than in any other region globally, according to the latest figures from Nielsen. European
Research company, GfK, reports its UK Consumer Confidence Index, which measures the general economic situation, savings and major purchases, has increased by three points this month (January 2013) to -26 with consumers demonstrating a propensity to make major purchases. Nick
Despite a small rise for the third successive quarter, consumer confidence levels in Europe remain much lower than in every other global region, according to the latest figures from Nielsen. European consumer confidence levels are up by one index point
Two thirds of UK households are looking to cut back on retail spending, according to a new poll tracking consumer sentiment by retail research agency Conlumino. The study found that while confidence picked up slightly in May, the public’s view
More than two thirds of consumers, 68%, believe the UK is still in recession and jobs fears have increased, according to the latest GB Consumer Confidence Survey from Nielsen and the British Retail Consortium (BRC). While the survey shows the
Spending on credit and debit cards in-store and online, was 9.1% higher in May compared to the same month last year, according to data collected by Barclaycard. Looking at the month-to-month picture, spending increased from April to May by 6.5% as