Fiducia “forzata” in calo, inizia a farsi strada il realismo…

Pubblicato il 21 Gennaio 2010 da Veronica Baker

Il declino della fiducia dei consumatori USA non accenna ad arrestarsi : l’ultimo sondaggio misurato dal settimanale ABC indica un ulteriore calo di 8 punti nell’ultimo mese.
La gente si sta stancando delle false promesse….

Anche qua, nella migliore delle ipotesi assisteremo ad un double dip .

Ma leggiamo un po’ il commento ai freddi numeri :

[…]The ABC News Consumer Comfort Index, measuring current economic sentiment, stands at -49 on its scale of +100 to -100, 8 points lower than the start of the month and its lowest since Nov. 1.
With its 6-point tumble last week, one of the sharpest one-week drops in 24 years of weekly polls, it’s within striking distance of its worst on record, -54 a year ago.Expectations for the economy’s future, measured separately, are waning as well. This month significantly more say the economy is getting worse, 36 percent, than say it’s getting better, 24 percent. Last month, by contrast, economic optimists equaled pessimists at 30 percent each.Blame, above all, the persistently negative employment situation.

Unemployment remains at 10 percent; include discouraged workers – those no longer looking for a job – and it’s 17.3 percent, near its worst level in 16 years of data.
The fallout from one in six Americans being out of work has ripple effects across families and the economy.
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Ed infatti, se analizziamo le diverse componenti ( quella positiva e quella negativa ) , notiamo pure qua che siamo ad un punto di svolta e che l’ottimismo forzato sta rapidamente svanendo…

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