Global Consumer Confidence Index list now includes Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia led the Ipsos 23 Country Consumer Confidence Trends in the Local Economy Index in May.
Index, which includes consumer feedback on the current and future state of the local economy, as well as assessments of their personal finances and investments.
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia was ranked second in the index of personal financial skills and second in the index of confidence in investment,
SPA reported various sectors and governments are studying changes to these indicators to help make economic and investment decisions, including the National Center of the Kingdom to Measure the Performance of the Public Institutions (ADAA).
Consumer confidence in personal financial opportunities, local economic trends, the investment climate, and job security, in general, are the main axes in the assessment of the Global Consumer Confidence Index.
Saudi Arabia has topped the “Customer Confidence in Local Economy Trends” file contrasted with the 23 nations remembered for the report, as per the Global Consumer Confidence Index: May 2021 gave by Ipsos, the Saudi Press Agency gave an account of Thursday.
The list remembers buyers’ input for the current and future status of the nearby economy and their evaluation of their own monetary conditions and venture.
Various areas and governments study changes in these pointers to settle on financial and speculation choices, including the Kingdom’s National Center for Performance Measurement (ADAA).
The Kingdom additionally positioned second all around the world among 23 nations in the overall list of “buyer certainty” for that very month, as well as accomplishing second spot in the consequences of the “individual monetary abilities” list, and second spot in the “venture certainty” file.