German consumer climate Archive

German consumer climate upswing continues

Findings of the GfK Consumer Climate study for Germany for February 2015 Nuremberg, February 26, 2015 – German consumers are increasingly optimistic. The consumer climate has improved considerably. Following a value of 9.3 points in February 2015, the overall indicator is forecasting 9.7 points for March. Economic and income expectations as well as willingness to

German Consumer climate is strong going into the New Year

Findings of the GfK Consumer Climate study for Germany for December 2014 Nuremberg, December 19, 2014 – The development of consumer sentiment in Germany has been very robust in December, with the consumer climate maintaining its upward trend. Following a value of 8.7 points in December, the overall indicator is forecasting 9.0 points for January

Falling economic optimism curbs German consumer climate: Findings of the GfK Consumer Climate study for Germany for September 2014

Nuremberg, 26 September 2014 – The mood of German consumers worsened for the second consecutive month in September. The consumer climate once again suffered a setback. Following a value of 8.6 points in September, the overall indicator is forecasting 8.3 points for October. Economic and income expectations as well as willingness to buy all declined

German consumer climate takes a breather: Findings of the GfK Consumer Climate study for Germany for March 2014

Nuremberg, 26 March 2014 – The consumer mood in Germany was once again buoyant in March, but there was little in the way of a clearly discernible trend. Whilst economic expectations and willingness to buy increased, income expectations fell. Following 8.5 points in March, the overall indicator is again forecasting 8.5 points for April. On

German consumer climate gains momentum : Findings of the GfK Consumer Climate study for Germany for January 2014

Nuremberg, 29 January 2014 – The mood of German consumers was notably buoyant at the start of 2014. Both economic and income expectations as well as willingness to buy improved, in part quite considerably. Following a revised value of 7.7 points in January, the overall indicator is forecasting 8.2 points for February. Germans consider the

German consumer climate improves further : Findings of the GfK Consumer Climate study for Germany for May 2013

Nuremberg, 24 May 2013 – The consumer mood in Germany continued to be very positive in May. Economic and income expectations improved slightly, while willingness to buy once again remained at an extremely high level on the whole. Following 6.2 points in May, the overall indicator is forecasting a value of 6.5 points for June.