Consumer Confidence Holds Steady

Hogsett, Don
July 2006
Home Textiles Today;7/31/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 34, p28
Trade Publication
The article reports on the consumer confidence, based on the survey of The Conference Board at the Consumer Research Center in the U.S. According to Lynn Franco director of the board, consumer confidence continues to hold steady. In July 2006, individuals claiming on the good conditions of the economy increased to 27.6% from 26.6% in June.


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