Aktuell: US-Verbraucherstimmung Uni Michigan schwächer – Amerikaner erwarten höhere Inflation

Die US-Verbraucherstimmung Uni Michigan (1.Veröffentlichung für Oktober) ist mit 99,0 schwächer ausgefallen als erwartet (Prognose war 100,4; Vormonat war 100,1).

Die Einschätzung der aktuellen Lage liegt bei 114,4 (Prognose war 115,8; Vormonat war 115,2)

Die Konjunkturerwartung liegt bei 89,1 (Prognose war 90,0; Vormonat war 90,5)

Dazu schreibt Richard Curtin, der als Chefvolkswirt die Umfrage verantwortet:

„Consumer sentiment slipped in early October, although it remained at quite favorable levels and just above the average reading during 2018 (98.5). The small decline was due to less favorable assessments by consumers of their personal finances. Unfortunately, the downward revisions in the rate of growth in household incomes were accompanied by upward revisions in the year-ahead expected inflation rate, weakening real income expectations. It should be noted that the sharp selloff in equities overlapped interviewing by only one evening, having virtually no influence on the early October data. In addition, there was no evidence of a spillover from the Kavanaugh hearings to economic prospects. Indeed, confidence in the government’s economic policies rose in October to its highest level in the past fifteen years (see the chart), reflecting the strong performance of the national economy. Most of the October gain was due to an upward adjustment by Democrats, although their evaluations were still well below the much more favorable evaluations of Republicans. When asked about the upcoming election and its potential impact on their own personal finances and on the overall economy, consumers more frequently cited Republicans than Democrats as having a positive effect, with margins of 35% versus 26% for the overall economy and 34% versus 24% for the their own personal finances. A substantial portion, however, replied that there was no difference for the overall economy (36%) or for their own personal finances (41%).“

Von Andreas Faessler – Eigenes Werk, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=50681126

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