What is the Consumer Confidence Index? - Definition & Function


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What organization releases the Consumer Confidence Index?

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1. How often is the Consumer Confidence Index released?

2. How is the Consumer Confidence Index calculated?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This worksheet/quiz will assess your grasp of the Consumer Confidence Index. Answer questions on important areas of study like the group responsible for the release of the Consumer Confidence Index.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Study topics including the following bullet points:

  • The way the Consumer Confidence Index is calculated
  • Subjects surveyed with the Consumer Confidence Index
  • How frequently the Index is released
  • Influence on aggregate demand by an increase in consumer confidence

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about the Consumer Confidence Index
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding how this index is calculated
  • Making connections - use understanding of an increase in consumer confidence and how it's connected to aggregate demand

Additional Learning

Learn more with the helpful lesson we've designed called What is the Consumer Confidence Index? - Definition & Function. These topics will be discussed:

  • Consumerism as a big part of the U.S economy
  • Overview of the Consumer Confidence Index and its importance
  • Details about survey responders and aggregate demand