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Consumer confidence for May down 1.6 percentage points

[Johannesburg, 15 May 2015] - The South Africa Primary Consumer Sentiment ("Consumer Confidence") Index ("PCSI") as measured by the Thomson Reuters/Ipsos PCSI for May 2015 is down 1.6 percentage points over last month.

The monthly PCSI result is driven by the aggregation of the four, weighted, sub-Indices: the PCSI Employment Confidence ("Jobs") sub-index which is down 1.3 points; the PCSI Economic Expectations ("Expectations") sub-index which is down 0.2 points; the PCSI Investment Climate ("Investment") sub-index which is down 2 points; and the PCSI Current Personal Financial Conditions ("Current Conditions") sub-index which is down 2.5 percentage points over last month.

The South Africa Primary Consumer Sentiment ("Consumer Confidence") Index ("PCSI") as measured by the Thomson Reuters/Ipsos PCSI for May 2015 is down 1.6 percentage points over last month. The monthly PCSI result is driven by the aggregation of the four, weighted, sub-Indices noted below.
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Consumer confidence for May down 1.6 percentage points

Last updated : 15 May 2015

 
 
 

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