Index of Consumer Confidence
The Conference Board of Canada’s Index of Consumer Confidence rose 6.4 points in March, reaching 117.9 (2014 = 100). It was the third consecutive monthly increase for the index. Positive sentiment was broad-based, with the share of positive responses rising for all four questions.
About the Index of Consumer Confidence
The Conference Board of Canada surveys Canadian consumers every month on the state of their household finances and their expectations for the coming six months. The results are available to e-Data subscribers, and analysis is available to e-Library subscribers or for a one-time fee. The Index of Consumer Confidence has been produced since 2002.