Westpac-Melbourne Institute Consumer Sentiment April 2016

From Westpac Chief Economist Bill Evans. The Westpac Melbourne Institute Index of Consumer Sentiment fell by 4.0% in April from 99.1 in March to 95.1 in April. This is a disappointing result. After holding above 100 in the November–February period, the Index has now been below 100 for two consecutive months. The Index is now 6.4% below its reading six months ago in November. (VIEW LINK)


Elliot Clarke
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Westpac

An Economist based in Sydney Australia with a particular interest in macro-financial analysis of the Australian and global economy. Having spent a number of years with the Reserve Bank of Australia and Westpac Economics, monetary policy, the...

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