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Economic Confidence Index Components -- Weekly Averages Since August 2014

Economic Confidence Index Components -- Weekly Averages Since August 2014

Americans' economic confidence has begun to bounce back after declining when the budget sequestration went into effect. But the news of the sequester was quickly overshadowed by the record highs on Wall Street last week, and was followed by a positive unemployment report on Friday. The high stock values and positive unemployment report may have signaled to the public that, in the short term, sequestration may not have such a severely negative impact on the U.S. economy.

Economic Confidence Improves After Post-Sequester Slip

Confidence in U.S. Branches of Government Remains Low

Confidence in U. Branches of Government Remains Low

U.S. Economic Confidence Index at 17-Month High.

Economic Confidence Index registered in May, the highest monthly reading in 2014 so far.

Slight Increase in U.S. Economic Confidence.

After falling slightly the previous week, U. economic confidence mostly recovered last week. The Gallup Economic Confidence Index stands at

Economic Confidence Index in the U.S. Consistent at -12

Economic Confidence Index measured for the week ending Dec. Since September, scores have remained within a four-point range.

In the U.S., Economic Confidence Rises to -14

Economic Confidence Index rose four points to last week, up from the previous week. Americans' ratings of current conditions and the economic outlook improved. Confidence has not been this high since early June.

U.S. Economic Confidence Index Steady at -12

Economic Confidence Index averaged for the first full week of the new year. This is consistent with recent averages and within the range Gallup has measured since September.

U.S. Economic Confidence Steady in February

Economic Confidence Index averaged for February, on par with all monthly readings since July.

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