Less gloom is more fun: Germans on a way to restore the faith in consumerism


German consumers have become a lot less gloomy about the economy. Market researcher GfK announced this.

The index reflecting consumer confidence in Europe’s largest economy stands at minus 0.3. In a previous measurement this was a revised reading of minus 9.4. Economists generally calculated at a level of minus 4.5. The indicator is based on research among approximately 2000 respondents.

By: Abaigael Schlomski

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