Consumer confidence index declines: survey Business

Consumer confidence index declines: survey

Reversing the earlier trend, the Vietnam Consumer Confidence Index declined to 104, a decrease of 8 percentage points from the first quarter and the biggest quarterly decrease in Asia Pacific.

Consumer confidence keeps climbing

Consumer confidence in Vietnam gained further momentum in the third quarter, increasing by four points from Q2 according to survey results released last week by global information and measurement company Nielsen.

The Nielsen Global Survey of Consumer Confidence and Spending Intentions reveals that for the first time since 2012 consumer confidence levels in Vietnam exceeded 100 points to stand at 102 while globally consumer confidence remained steady at 98 points.
Consumer confidence creeps up Business

Consumer confidence creeps up

Consumer confidence in Vietnam rose two points to 97 in the third quarter of this year as local job prospects and personal finance are expected to be more positive next year.

Consumer confidence rises

Vietnam's consumer confidence index jumped to 96 in the first quarter, marking the highest index point over the past year.

The index for the first quarter was eight points higher than the previous quarter and two points higher than a year ago.

These information were disclosed by the latest Consumer Confidence Index report from Nielsen, a leading global provider of information and insight into what consumers watch and buy.

Vietnamese buyer confidence down

Consumer confidence in Vietnam has dipped to its lowest level since the third quarter of 2010 as concerns remain over the economic situation, a survey has found.

Buyer confidence rises three points in fourth quarter

Vietnamese consumer confidence stands at 99 points for the forth quarter of 2011, an increase of three points against the previous quarter. This was the first confidence increase in 2011, after decreasing for the first three quarters consecutively, according to the Nielsen Global Survey of Consumer Confidence and Spending Intentions.