Save US Consumer Confidence
There are two consumer confidence indices, released respectively by The Conference Board and University of Michigan, both of which provide a comprehensive view on the prevailing economic conditions, income, income expectations and consumer sentiments towards shopping.
The main distinction between the University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Survey and the US Consumer Confidence Questionnaire is that the former focuses on how consumers feel about the consumption of "durable goods", while the latter is closely related to "general consumption" and "employment."
US CB Consumer Confidence Index2021-12115.80
US UMichigan Consumer Sentiment2022-0168.80