Countries With Lowest Consumer Confidence - Bottom 10 World

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Consumer Confidence Latest Reference
Bulgaria
Croatia
Georgia
Greece
Israel
Latvia
Romania
Russia
South Africa
United Kingdom

Greece Consumer Confidence was last reported at -50.30 Index Points. Source: European Commission. Forecast: -49.9861 Index Points.
Bulgaria Consumer Confidence stands at -26.10 Index Points. Source: National Statistical Institute, Bulgaria. Forecast: -27.8664 Index Points.
Romania Consumer Confidence latest value is -25.10 Index Points. Source: European Commission. SA. Forecast: -25.748 Index Points.
Georgia Consumer Confidence was last reported at -16.40 Index Points. Source: The ISET Policy Institute. Forecast: -16.3542 Index Points.
Croatia Consumer Confidence stands at -13.80 Index Points. Source: European Commission. SA. Forecast: -14.3314 Index Points.
United Kingdom Consumer Confidence latest value is -13.00 Index Points. Source: GfK NOP (UK). Forecast: -12.5531 Index Points.
Russia Consumer Confidence was last reported at -11.00 Index Points. Source: Federal State Statistics Service. Forecast: -11.9321 Index Points.
Latvia Consumer Confidence stands at -9.50 Index Points. Source: Central Statistical Bureau of Latvia. NSA. Forecast: -9.2884 Index Points.
Israel Consumer Confidence latest value is -9.00 Index Points. Source: Central Bureau of Statistics, Israel. Forecast: -10.0656 Index Points.
South Africa Consumer Confidence was last reported at -9.00 Index Points. Source: Bureau for Economic Research (BER). Forecast: -5.7997 Index Points.
The country with lowest Consumer Confidence is Russia (-11.00 Index Points in Q4 2017) followed by the United Kingdom (-13.00 Index Points in Dec 2017) in the second position and Croatia (-13.80 Index Points in Dec 2017) in the third.