|Unit||Dif. Index=50, NSA|
|Adjustments||Not Seasonally Adjusted|
Consumer Confidence Index is a survey by the Conference Board that measures how optimistic or pessimistic consumers are with respect to the economy in the near future. The dataset provides information on the Consumer Confidence Index of Argentina.
The data are provided by University Torcuato Di Tella and compiled through information available from different surveys. The survey includes various questions relating to personal finances and the economy in general. Questions cover areas such as:
The methodology used for the survey follows the methodology used by University of Michigan in the US and the official bodies in the European Economic Community. The national index in created by using the weights of 3 seperate regions (Capital Federal, Gran Buenos Aires, and Interior) and used weights to calculate the national series.
ICCnacional = ICCcapital * 0.1667 + ICCinterior * 0.3666 + ICCgba * 0.4667
Revisions are uncommon