Nigeria Consumer Confidence  2008-2017 | Data | Chart | Calendar

Consumer Confidence in Nigeria decreased to -29.80 in the fourth quarter of 2016 from -28.20 in the third quarter of 2016. Consumer Confidence in Nigeria averaged -9.18 from 2008 until 2016, reaching an all time high of 6.38 in the first quarter of 2011 and a record low of -29.80 in the fourth quarter of 2016.

Nigeria Consumer Confidence
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Nigeria Consumer Last Previous Highest Lowest Unit
Consumer Confidence -29.80 -28.20 6.38 -29.80 [+]
Consumer Spending 12137990.85 11707372.52 12290249.73 7135058.57 NGN Million [+]
Disposable Personal Income 17054468.00 17848748.00 19335001.75 117513.58 NGN Million [+]
Private Sector Credit 22272994.59 22362414.43 23069635.07 440872.30 NGN Million [+]
Gasoline Prices 0.46 0.48 0.73 0.02 USD/Liter [+]


Nigeria Consumer Confidence Notes

In Nigeria, the Consumer Expectations Survey is based on a sample of 1800 households. It provides consumers’ tendencies and expectations for general economic conditions, job opportunities, personal financial standing and market developments. The overall consumer confidence index is computed as an average of three measures: the outlook on macroeconomic conditions, family financial situation and family income. The CES is computed as the percentage share of respondents that answered positively less the percentage share of respondents that answered negatively with regard to the given indicator. This page provides - Nigeria Consumer Confidence - actual values, historical data, forecast, chart, statistics, economic calendar and news. Nigeria Consumer Confidence - actual data, historical chart and calendar of releases - was last updated on April of 2017.

Actual Previous Highest Lowest Dates Unit Frequency
-29.80 -28.20 6.38 -29.80 2008 - 2016 Quarterly



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Albania -10.40 Mar/17
Argentina 46.19 Apr/17
Armenia 42.60 Jun/16
Australia 99.00 Apr/17
Austria 4.00 Mar/17
Azerbaijan 23.80 Sep/14
Belgium 0.00 Apr/17
Brazil 103.40 Apr/17
Bulgaria -25.40 Mar/17
Canada 53.22 Apr/17
Cape Verde 10.00 Dec/16
Chile 37.00 Feb/17
China 111.00 Mar/17
Colombia -21.10 Mar/17
Croatia -21.40 Apr/17
Cyprus -3.20 Apr/17
Czech Republic 108.40 Apr/17
Denmark 7.40 Apr/17
Ecuador 36.20 Feb/17
Egypt 64.00 Dec/16
Estonia -3.50 Apr/17
Euro Area -3.60 Apr/17
European Union -3.40 Apr/17
Finland 21.50 Apr/17
France 100.00 Apr/17
Georgia -26.70 Jan/17
Germany 10.20 May/17
Greece -72.20 Apr/17
Hong kong 93.00 Dec/16
Hungary -16.40 Apr/17
Iceland 129.20 Mar/17
India 136.00 Dec/16
Indonesia 121.50 Mar/17
Ireland 101.90 Mar/17
Israel -10.90 Mar/17
Italy 107.50 Apr/17
Japan 43.90 Mar/17
Kazakhstan 78.00 Dec/16
Kyrgyzstan 27.80 Dec/16
Latvia -12.20 Apr/17
Lithuania -11.00 Apr/17
Luxembourg 14.80 Apr/17
Malaysia 76.60 Mar/17
Malta 3.00 Apr/17
Mexico 81.50 Mar/17
Morocco 73.50 Dec/16
Netherlands 26.00 Apr/17
New Zealand 111.90 Mar/17
Nigeria -29.80 Dec/16
Norway 5.20 Mar/17
Oman 78.80 Dec/16
Pakistan 176.51 Mar/17
Peru 87.00 Feb/17
Philippines 8.70 Mar/17
Poland -0.80 Apr/17
Portugal -1.80 Apr/17
Qatar 184.30 Sep/16
Romania -13.40 Apr/17
Russia -15.00 Mar/17
Saudi Arabia 94.00 Dec/16
Slovakia -6.90 Apr/17
Slovenia -5.00 Apr/17
South Africa -10.00 Dec/16
South Korea 101.20 Apr/17
Spain 99.70 Mar/17
Sweden 103.40 Apr/17
Switzerland -3.00 Mar/17
Taiwan 78.20 Apr/17
Thailand 76.80 Mar/17
Turkey 71.30 Apr/17
Ukraine 55.50 Mar/17
United Arab Emirates 108.00 Dec/16
United Kingdom -7.00 Apr/17
United States 97.00 Apr/17
Venezuela 57.00 Dec/16
Vietnam 112.00 Dec/16