16:12 13 January 2023
The University of Michigan consumer confidence index in the US rose to 64.6 in January from 59.7 in December, well above the market’s forecast of 60.4, preliminary estimates showed. This is the highest reading since April.
The current situation was viewed more positively (68.6 vs. 59.4) and expectations also rose to 62 from 59.9. Inflation expectations for the year ahead fell for the fourth straight month, falling to 4.0% in January (December: 4.4%), the lowest level since April 2021. Long-term inflation expectations were little changed at 3.0% from December, remaining within the narrow range of 2.9-3 for 17 of the last 18 months, 1%.
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