Consumers' outlook for the labor market was also less positive. Those expecting more jobs in the months ahead decreased to 15.8 percent from 16.9 percent, while those anticipating fewer jobs increased to 21.0 percent from 18.4 percent. The proportion of consumers expecting an increase in their incomes improved to 15.2 percent from 13.9 percent.Source:The Conference Board Consumer Confidence Survey ® May 2012
The Conference Board Consumer Confidence Index® Declines Again
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