Consumer confidence rosy, but COVID, inflation remain headwinds
Outlook for markets in 2022, GDP
Navellier & Associates chairman and founder Louis Navellier on his predictions for the markets in 2022 and how the political landscape impacts wall street.
U.S. consumers are feeling pretty good about the economy, even with the omicron variant, new threats of lockdowns and rising inflation, but these issues still remain wild cards for 2022.
The Conference Board’s Consumer Confidence Index rose to 115.8, up from a revised higher 111.9 in November. The short-term future component, the Expectations Index, rose to 96.9 from 90.2
HERE'S WHERE SURGING PRICES ARE HITTING CONSUMERS THE MOST
THE CONFERENCE BOARD’S CONSUMER CONFIDENCE INDEX