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Hispanic Index of Consumer Sentiment

JULY 2016

  • The Hispanic Consumer Sentiment Index (CSI) lost 5 points from an all-time index high of 105.8 in June to 100.8 in July which is still the second highest month on record.
  • The index of Current Economic Conditions (CEC) gave back 5.7 points from a high of 113.2 in June to 107.5 in July.
  • The Index of Consumer Expectations (ICE) continues to outpace the national average set by University of Michigan.
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JUNE 2016

  • The Hispanic Consumer Sentiment Index (CSI) rose to its highest level since the inception of the index improving from a 93.5 in May to a 105.8 in June.
  • The national Consumer Sentiment Index from University of Michigan lags the Hispanic Index by 12.3 points.
  • The index of Current Economic Conditions (CEC)  increased 14.4 points to a high of 113.2 after posting consistent scores around 99 since February.
  • The Index of Consumer Expectations (ICE) continues to outpace the national average set by University of Michigan and in June experienced its largest margin of 18.7 points, 101.1 to 82.4.
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MAY 2016

  • The Hispanic Consumer Sentiment Index (CSI) saw a drop for its second consecutive month landing with a score of 93.5, down 0.5  points from Aprils’ 94 but up 3.7 points from where it was a year ago.
  • Female sentiment dropped for the first time in three months with a 94 after posting a 103 in April and a 98 in March.
  • The Index of Consumer Expectations (ICE) continues to outpace the national average set by University of Michigan by 5.1 points.
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APRIL 2016

  • The Hispanic Consumer Sentiment Index (CSI) saw its first drop after two consecutive months of growth with a 94.0 score, down 1.9 points from March’s 95.9 but up 2.4 points from where it was a year ago.
  • The Current Economic Conditions (CEC) decreased by 2.2 points compared to March.
  • The Index of Consumer Expectations (ICE) continues to outpace the national average set by UM by 13.7 points, 91.3 to 77.6.
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MARCH 2016

  • The Hispanic Consumer Sentiment Index (CSI) continued its monthly gain in by increasing 2.1 points from February’s score of 93.8 to 95.9.
  • The Current Economic Conditions (CEC) increased by 2.2 compared to last month, ending at 100.4.
  • The Index of Consumer Expectations (ICE) continues to outpace the national average set by University of Michigan by 14.7 points.
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FEBRUARY 2016

  • The Hispanic Consumer Sentiment Index (CSI) had its largest monthly gain in five months, increasing 3.3 points from January’s score of 90.5 to 93.8.
  • The Current Economic Conditions (CEC) increased by 8.3 points from January and now stands at 98.2.
  • The Index of Consumer Expectations (ICE) continues to outpace the national average set by University of Michigan by 8.3 points.
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JANUARY 2016

  • The Hispanic Consumer Sentiment Index (CSI) gave back its December’s gain by dropping 1.54 points from 92.01 in December to 90.47 in January and continues to lag behind the University of Michigan (UM) Consumer Index for the third straight month.
  • The Current Economic Conditions (CEC) gave back its 4.54 point gain in December and now stands at 90.01.
  • The Index of Consumer Expectations (ICE) continues to outpace the national average set by UM by 4.75 points, 87.45 to 82.7 but dropping from December by 1.65.
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