Vietnam topped the world in terms of having the most avid savers with 72%, followed by Hong Kong (68%) and Singapore (65%), according to the Conference Board Global Consumer Confidence Survey released this week.
Vietnam ranked fourth in the world in its Consumer Confidence Index (CCI) of 122 percentage points (pp) in the final quarter of last year, according to the Conference Board Global Consumer Confidence Survey conducted in collaboration with Nielsen, a global measurement company.
Vietnam had the world’s second highest score in the consumer confidence index in the third quarter of 2018, according to the latest data of the Conference Board Global Consumer Confidence Survey and Nielsen announced on December 18.
Thanks to optimism in jobs and personal finances, Vietnam has risen to the 2nd position in the consumer confidence benchmark globally with a nine-point increase in Q3/2018.
Vietnam ranked the fourth most optimistic country globally with a rise of 9 points on the Consumer Confidence Index in the first quarter of 2018 compared to the last quarter of 2017, thanks to increased positivity about local job prospects and the state of personal finances.
With 9 points higher than in the last quarter of 2017 on the back of increased positivity about local job prospects and the state of personal finances, the Vietnam consumer confidence index in the first quarter of 2018 was at its highest in a decade, which made the Southeast Asian nation the fourth most optimistic country in the world.
Vietnamese consumers are the second-most optimistic in Asian-Pacific markets, according the latest survey on consumer confidence conducted by MasterCard.
Vietnam ranks the fifth most optimistic country globally with an index score of 117 in the latest Consumer Confidence Index released by Nielsen, its highest score in the past five years and up five points from the last quarter of 2016.
Vietnam’s Consumer Confidence Index (CCI) was 91 points in the second quarter of this year, six point higher than the same period last year, according to a Vietnam Taylor Nelson Sofres Company survey.
Vietnam advanced in the latest consumer confidence ranking by global information and measurement company Nielsen.
The ANZ-Roy Morgan Vietnam Consumer Confidence index in December is up again by 2.5 points to touch 144.8 points.
The ANZ-Roy Morgan Vietnam Consumer Confidence Index gained 5.8 points to 141.1 in October, rising well above the long-term average of 135.9.
The ANZ-Roy Morgan Vietnam Consumer Confidence Index slid 4.9 points to 133.7 in August over July, caused by weaker sentiment across all components in a monthly survey.
Vietnam remains among the top ten most optimistic markets globally, despite a strong decline in consumer confidence in the second quarter of this year, a consumer insight firm said.
The Vietnam consumer confidence index is unchanged at 140.2 in May, well above its long-term average of 135.2, according to research by the ANZ Bank.
The consumer confidence index in Vietnm increased by six points to 112 points during the last quarter, according to Nielsen's report for the first quarter of 2015 released on May 20.
(VOV) - Vietnam’s consumer confidence index hit 96 points in the first quarter of 2013, an 8 point rise from the previous quarter and 2 points higher than the same period last year.
Vietnam’s Consumer Confidence Index (CCI) has recorded the highest recovery rate, according to a survey of 20 economies by MasterCard.