American optimism strengthened in May as coronavirus restrictions were relaxed and many areas saw infections and deaths decline.
Rep. Greg Murphy (R-NC) predicted it will take “a couple years” to get consumer confidence back after the coronavirus pandemic but said restarting the economy will be “a lot better because we kept the infrastructure in place.”
U.S. consumers continued to be confident about the present situation in March but their outlook for the near-term futures cratered.
Britons are feeling the most optimistic in their domestic financial wellbeing for 11 years, in the latest sign of confidence since Boris Johnson won the election and the UK left the EU.
VIENNA, Austria: Austrian People’s Party leader Sebastian Kurz has been formally removed as Austrian Chancellor following a non-confidence vote passed by the Social Democrats and the populist Freedom Party.
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President Trump said he has confidence in Treasury Secretary Mnuchin and criticized the Fed for once again raising interest rates.
Consumer sentiment rose in December to a level so high for 2018 only two other periods have beat it in the past fifty-eight years, according to the University of Michigan.
Prime Minister Theresa May has won the vote of confidence amongst her fellow Conservative MPs and will remain as party leader.
The Congressional Black Caucus on Wednesday dealt a blow to the DNC chair, passing a no-confidence vote against the embattled Party boss.