Nielsen: Hungary’s consumer confidence reaches five-year high
Consumer confidence rose in the third quarter to its strongest level in five years, according to a gauge by market researcher Nielsen, Hungarian news agency MTI reported yesterday.
Nielsenʼs consumer confidence index rose 6 points to 61 from the previous quarter, Nielsen said. The index reached its highest level since Q2 2010.
The percentage of Hungarians that communicated a propensity to make purchases rose from 17% to 21%
The percentage who said the outlook for their own financial position had improved climbed from 22% to 24%.
Approximately 14% of respondents said the outlook for employment was good, an increase of one percentage point.
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