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Consumer uncertainty in 2015

According to the most recent Nielsen study, in the fourth quarter of 2014, the consumer confidence index in Latin America stood at 88, that is three points below the third quarter level. The index declined in five of the seven countries analyzed. Peru, Brazil and Colombia were the most optimistic, and Argentina and Venezuela the most pessimistic. Peru was the only country where consumer confidence actually increased. The index there stayed above 100 points (101), surpassing Brazil, where for the first time since 2011 it fell by six points, ending up at 95. Mexico’s index (85) fell three points, Colombia’s […]
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