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US Consumer Sentiment

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The U.S. Consumer Sentiment, also called the University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index, is a market indicator published monthly by Thomson Reuters and the University of Michigan.

The indicator is build by conducting not less than 500 telephone interviews each month and its purpose is to assess consumer attitudes on business, judge the level of optimism of customers, gauge economic expectations...

This downloader gets historical data for the U.S. Consumer Sentiment index and saves it under the following ticker symbol: "^CONSUMER_SENTIMENT". The data has a base value of 100 in the 1st Quarter 1966 and it is not seasonally adjusted.
The consumer sentiment economic data is downloaded from the Federal Reserve website.

Here is a list of some other U.S. economic releases you can download:
US Financial Conditions Index
St. Louis Fed Financial Stress Index
Job Creation Index
NAAIM Survey of Manager Sentiment
Economic Data - Retail Trade Report

You can get much more items here:
Economic Data


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