Retail confidence indicator - by country

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Major world economies by its current Retail confidence indicator
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List of countries by Retail confidence indicator
Country NameView DataGlobal RankRegion & Regional RankRetail confidence indicatorYear
SwedenKey economic Indicators of SwedenRetail confidence indicator : Sweden1Europe & Central Asia | 121.82014-06-01
United KingdomKey economic Indicators of United KingdomRetail confidence indicator : United Kingdom2Europe & Central Asia | 216.92014-06-01
BulgariaKey economic Indicators of BulgariaRetail confidence indicator : Bulgaria3Europe & Central Asia | 315.22014-06-01
Czech RepublicKey economic Indicators of Czech RepublicRetail confidence indicator : Czech Republic4Europe & Central Asia | 413.52014-06-01
DenmarkKey economic Indicators of DenmarkRetail confidence indicator : Denmark5Europe & Central Asia | 513.52014-06-01
EstoniaKey economic Indicators of EstoniaRetail confidence indicator : Estonia6Europe & Central Asia | 613.02014-06-01
Slovak RepublicKey economic Indicators of Slovak RepublicRetail confidence indicator : Slovak Republic7Europe & Central Asia | 710.22014-06-01
RomaniaKey economic Indicators of RomaniaRetail confidence indicator : Romania8Europe & Central Asia | 88.72014-06-01
LatviaKey economic Indicators of LatviaRetail confidence indicator : Latvia9Europe & Central Asia | 96.12014-06-01
SpainKey economic Indicators of SpainRetail confidence indicator : Spain10Europe & Central Asia | 106.02014-06-01
HungaryKey economic Indicators of HungaryRetail confidence indicator : Hungary11Europe & Central Asia | 115.32014-06-01
BelgiumKey economic Indicators of BelgiumRetail confidence indicator : Belgium12Europe & Central Asia | 123.42014-06-01
GreeceKey economic Indicators of GreeceRetail confidence indicator : Greece13Europe & Central Asia | 132.52014-06-01
CroatiaKey economic Indicators of CroatiaRetail confidence indicator : Croatia14Europe & Central Asia | 142.52014-06-01
PortugalKey economic Indicators of PortugalRetail confidence indicator : Portugal15Europe & Central Asia | 152.32014-06-01
GermanyKey economic Indicators of GermanyRetail confidence indicator : Germany16Europe & Central Asia | 161.12014-06-01
NetherlandsKey economic Indicators of NetherlandsRetail confidence indicator : Netherlands17Europe & Central Asia | 170.802014-06-01
PolandKey economic Indicators of PolandRetail confidence indicator : Poland18Europe & Central Asia | 180.502014-06-01
LithuaniaKey economic Indicators of LithuaniaRetail confidence indicator : Lithuania19Europe & Central Asia | 19-1.802014-06-01
SloveniaKey economic Indicators of SloveniaRetail confidence indicator : Slovenia20Europe & Central Asia | 20-2.002014-06-01
ItalyKey economic Indicators of ItalyRetail confidence indicator : Italy21Europe & Central Asia | 21-3.002014-06-01
MaltaKey economic Indicators of MaltaRetail confidence indicator : Malta22Middle East & North Africa | 1-8.102014-06-01
FranceKey economic Indicators of FranceRetail confidence indicator : France23Europe & Central Asia | 22-10.102014-06-01
AustriaKey economic Indicators of AustriaRetail confidence indicator : Austria24Europe & Central Asia | 23-12.702014-06-01
CyprusKey economic Indicators of CyprusRetail confidence indicator : Cyprus25Europe & Central Asia | 24-13.402014-06-01
FinlandKey economic Indicators of FinlandRetail confidence indicator : Finland26Europe & Central Asia | 25-15.702014-06-01
Business surveys provide a rapid means of compiling simple statistics with the results available before those of traditional statistical methods, and provide also information on areas not covered by quantitative statistics. Details provided by respondents are generally of very high quality since the questions related to subjects with which they are familiar, thus the past and future performance of their business is highly reliable. Similarly, consumers provide a very high quality information on their purchasing information and price trend. Source: DG ECFIN
Datasource: European Commission Statistics