Consumer sentiment has improved less than expected in the United States in July

Date: 2019. 07. 19. 11:01

According to the regular monthly survey of the Michigan University, the consumer sentiment has improved less than expected in the United States in July.

According to preliminary data released on Friday, the indicator rose to 98.4 points from the 98.2 points of June. Experts expected 98.5 points.
Among the sub-indices, the consumer expectations for the next six months increased from 89.3 points to 90.1, while the sub-index reflecting the current situation weakened from 111.9 points to 111.1 points. (MTI)