Monday, January 15, 2007

Consumer Economic Confidence in Chicagoland Improves Significantly

Chicagoland Chamber Survey Reports Economic Confidence Higher in Chicagoland Than Nation

The economic confidence of consumers in Chicagoland rose significantly during the fourth quarter of 2006, according to the Rasmussen Consumer Index for the region released today by the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce. The quarterly reading stood at 121.2 at the end of December, a more than 12-point gain from 109.1 reported at the end of September. And, for the first time, Chicagoland residents were more optimistic about the economy than consumers nationally. The national Rasmussen Consumer Index for the same period is 117.7

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