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Spain’s Consumer Confidence Index Falls in February after 3 Months of Increases

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Consumers have been withdrawing since February

The Consumer Confidence Index (ICC) for February published by the Centre for Sociological Research (‘CIS’ or Centro de Investigaciones Sociológicas) stood at 85.7 points, down by 1.5 points compared to January and well below the 100-point threshold that marks the difference between a positive perception and a negative one.

Consumers rated the current situation at 75.9 points, down by 0.7, given a deterioration in the perception of the situation of households and of the labour market. This survey was conducted on the basis of 2,200 telephone interviews between February 17 and 20.

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