April 19, 2019

Consumer Confidence Holds Steady for April

by Jharonne Martis.

“While the United States continues to be leader in the Jobs Index worldwide,” reports Chris Jackson, Vice President at survey research firm Ipsos, “questions still remain on whether or not the economy can continue this robust momentum going in the future.”

Jharonne Martis, Director of Consumer Research at Refinitiv, said, “Retailers are getting to report first quarter earnings results for 2019. Both earnings and same results for 2019. Both earnings and same results for 2019. Both earnings and same results for 2019. Both earnings and same store sales expectations suggest that consumer spending remained robust in the consumer spending remained robust in the consumer spending remained robust in the consumer spending remained robust in the first quarter. When consumers feel good about their jobs, and economic stability they feel better about extending themselves. The Refinitiv Same Store Sales Index is expected to see a healthy 2.8% growth for Q1 2019.”

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