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Global Consumer Confidence 2021 Q2


July 2021 | Publication

Global consumer confidence, as measured by The Conference Board ® Global Consumer Confidence Index, achieved a new record high in the second quarter of 2021. However, the gauge was only slightly better in 2021 Q2 (109) than in 2021 Q1 (108), after several quarters of sizable increases in sentiment (a reading above 100 is considered positive). The modest improvement in confidence overall was consistent with opposing forces buffeting the global economy in the second quarter of this year.


AUTHORS

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Dana Peterson

Executive Vice President & Chief Economist
The Conference Board
Center Leader, Economy, Strategy & Finance

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Lynn Franco

Director, Economic Indicators and Surveys
The Conference Board

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Allen Li

Associate Economist, CCI

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Judit Torok

Senior Research Analyst
The Conference Board


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