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NZ consumer confidence ticks up slightly in June

Rebecca Howard
Thu, 27 Jun 2019

By Rebecca Howard June 28 (BusinessDesk) - Consumer confidence ticked up in June, climbing back above the historic average.  The latest ANZ-Roy Morgan survey of consumer confidence rose 3.3 points in June to 122.6. The May figure had been a six-month low and the historical average for the series is 120.0.  Perceptions of current conditions rose 1.4 points to 127.6 while the future conditions index was up 4.6 points to 119.3. “Despite the clearly cooling economy, confidence in the future of the economy lifted. This will have helped s...

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