The gauge of current conditions in the US dropped to 73.6 in November 2021 from 77.7 in October but above preliminary estimates of 73.2, according to the University of Michigan’s surveys of households. It was the lowest reading since August 2011. source: University of Michigan

Michigan Current Economic Conditions in the United States averaged 96.65 points from 1951 until 2021, reaching an all time high of 121.20 points in March of 2018 and a record low of 57.50 points in November of 2008. This page includes a chart with historical data for the United States Michigan Current Economic Conditions. United States Michigan Current Economic Conditions - data, historical chart, forecasts and calendar of releases - was last updated on December of 2021.

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United States Michigan Current Economic Conditions

Calendar GMT Actual Previous Consensus TEForecast
2021-11-12 03:00 PM Michigan Current Conditions Prel Nov 73.2 77.7 80 77
2021-11-24 03:00 PM Michigan Current Conditions Final Nov 73.6 77.7 73.2
2021-12-10 03:00 PM Michigan Current Conditions Prel Dec 73.6 73

Related Last Previous Unit Reference
Consumer Confidence 67.40 71.70 points Nov/21
Michigan Current Economic Conditions 73.60 77.70 points Nov/21
Michigan Consumer Expectations 63.50 67.90 points Nov/21
United States Michigan Current Economic Conditions
The Index of Consumer Expectations focuses on three areas: how consumers view prospects for their own financial situation, how they view prospects for the general economy over the near term, and their view of prospects for the economy over the long term. Each monthly survey contains approximately 50 core questions, each of which tracks a different aspect of consumer attitudes and expectations. The samples for the Surveys of Consumers are statistically designed to be representative of all American households, excluding those in Alaska and Hawaii. Each month, a minimum of 500 interviews are conducted by telephone.