GfK Consumer Climate study Archive

Findings of the GfK Consumer Climate study for Germany for October 2014

Downward trend in German consumer climate has come to an end for now Nuremberg, 24 October 2014 – The mood of German consumers improved again slightly in October. The downward trend in the consumer climate has therefore come to an end. Following a revised value of 8.4 points in October, the overall indicator is forecasting

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 continues to climb: Findings of the GfK Consumer Climate study for Germany for December 2013

Nuremberg, 20 December 2013 – The mood among consumers in Germany is again remarkably good as 2013 draws to a close. Further increases were recorded in economic expectations and willingness to buy. Income expectations declined slightly from a high level. Following a value of 7.4 points in December, the overall indicator is forecasting 7.6 points

Consumer climate picks up towards end of year -Findings of the GfK Consumer Climate study for Germany for November 2013

Nuremberg, 27 November 2013 – The consumer mood in Germany is notably more optimistic in November than in the previous month. Economic and income expectations registered considerable increases and willingness to buy reached a seven-year high. Following a revised value of 7.1 points in November, the overall indicator is forecasting 7.4 points for December. The

Germany: Summer peak in consumer mood – Findings of the GfK Consumer Climate study for Germany for July 2013

Nuremberg, 30 July 2013 – The mood of consumers in Germany continues to improve as a heat wave hits this summer. In July, the indicator values for economic and income expectations as well as willingness to buy all increased on the previous month’s figure. Consequently, the overall indicator is forecasting 7.0 points for August following