Usa, fiducia consumatori cala in lettura finale ottobre - U. Michigan

venerdì 25 ottobre 2013 16:02
 

NEW YORK, Oct 25 (Reuters) - The Thomson Reuters/University 
of Michigan Surveys of Consumers' final October consumer 
sentiment index fell to 73.2 from the preliminary October figure
of 75.2, according to the survey released on Friday. 
    Economists in a Reuters survey expected a final October 
sentiment index reading of 75.0.  
    Below is a table of the survey's components: 
  
                    Oct-F   Oct-P  Sep   Aug   July   June  May 
Sentiment           73.2    75.2   77.5  82.1  85.1   84.1  84.5
Current conditions  89.9    92.8   92.6  95.2  98.6   93.8  98.0
Expectations        62.5    63.9   67.8  73.7  76.5   77.8  75.8
1-year inflation     3.0     2.9    3.3   3.0   3.1    3.0   3.1
5-year inflation     2.8     2.8    3.0   2.9   2.8    2.9   2.9
   THE SURVEY: The Thomson Reuters/University of Michigan 
Surveys of Consumers, a monthly series of data on U.S.  
consumer sentiment, are produced by the University of Michigan  
in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Thomson Reuters has exclusive rights  
to distribute the data for six months after the release.