Germany Consumer Climate Survey: GfK Group

Germany Consumer Climate Survey: GfK: CCI: Economic Expectation

2001 - 2019 | Monthly | NA | GfK Group

Germany’s Consumer Climate Survey: GfK: CCI: Economic Expectation data was reported at 1.700 NA in May 2019. This records a decrease from the previous number of 3.000 NA for Apr 2019. Germany’s Consumer Climate Survey: GfK: CCI: Economic Expectation data is updated monthly, averaging 7.500 NA from Jan 2001 to May 2019, with 221 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 69.500 NA in May 2007 and a record low of -32.900 NA in Jan 2009. Germany’s Consumer Climate Survey: GfK: CCI: Economic Expectation data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by GfK Group. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Germany – Table DE.H020: Consumer Climate Survey: GfK Group.

Last

1.700

May 2019
Previous

3.000

Apr 2019
Min

-32.900

Jan 2009
Max

69.500

May 2007
Unit

NA

Frequency

monthly

Range

Jan 2001 - May 2019

Updated on 29 May 2019
Last Previous Min Max Unit Frequency Range

1.700

NA May 2019 monthly Jan 2001 - May 2019

3.000

NA Apr 2019 monthly Jan 2001 - May 2019

-32.900

Jan 2009

69.500

May 2007

NA

monthly

Jan 2001 - May 2019

Updated on 29 May 2019

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Germany Consumer Climate Survey: GfK: CCI: Economic Expectation

Series Details
Series ID

202929802

Name

Germany Consumer Climate Survey: GfK: CCI: Economic Expectation

Country

Germany

Frequency

Monthly

Unit

NA

Status

Active

Source

GfK Group

First Date

Jan 2001

Last Date

May 2019

Last Updated

29 May 2019

Statistics
Mean

10.060

Variance

577.343

Standard deviation

24.028

Skewness

0.367

Kurtosis

-0.547

Coefficient variation

2.389

Median

7.500

Max
May 2007

69.500

Min
Jan 2009

-32.900

Previous observation
Apr 2019

3.000

Last observation
May 2019

1.700

Number of Observations

221

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Germany Consumer Climate Survey: GfK: CCI: Income Expectation

2001 - 2019 | Monthly | NA | GfK Group

Germany’s Consumer Climate Survey: GfK: CCI: Income Expectation data was reported at 57.700 NA in May 2019. This records an increase from the previous number of 56.800 NA for Apr 2019. Germany’s Consumer Climate Survey: GfK: CCI: Income Expectation data is updated monthly, averaging 28.700 NA from Jan 2001 to May 2019, with 221 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 61.400 NA in Aug 2017 and a record low of -24.500 NA in Nov 2002. Germany’s Consumer Climate Survey: GfK: CCI: Income Expectation data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by GfK Group. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Germany – Table DE.H020: Consumer Climate Survey: GfK Group.

Last

57.700

May 2019
Previous

56.800

Apr 2019
Min

-24.500

Nov 2002
Max

61.400

Aug 2017
Unit

NA

Frequency

monthly

Range

Jan 2001 - May 2019

Updated on 29 May 2019
Last Previous Min Max Unit Frequency Range

57.700

NA May 2019 monthly Jan 2001 - May 2019

56.800

NA Apr 2019 monthly Jan 2001 - May 2019

-24.500

Nov 2002

61.400

Aug 2017

NA

monthly

Jan 2001 - May 2019

Updated on 29 May 2019

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Germany Consumer Climate Survey: GfK: CCI: Income Expectation

Series Details
Series ID

202929902

Name

Germany Consumer Climate Survey: GfK: CCI: Income Expectation

Country

Germany

Frequency

Monthly

Unit

NA

Status

Active

Source

GfK Group

First Date

Jan 2001

Last Date

May 2019

Last Updated

29 May 2019

Statistics
Mean

22.534

Variance

678.742

Standard deviation

26.053

Skewness

-0.124

Kurtosis

-1.472

Coefficient variation

1.156

Median

28.700

Max
Aug 2017

61.400

Min
Nov 2002

-24.500

Previous observation
Apr 2019

56.800

Last observation
May 2019

57.700

Number of Observations

221

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Germany Consumer Climate Survey: GfK: CCI: Propensity to Buy

2001 - 2019 | Monthly | NA | GfK Group

Germany’s Consumer Climate Survey: GfK: CCI: Propensity to Buy data was reported at 50.500 NA in May 2019. This records a decrease from the previous number of 53.100 NA for Apr 2019. Germany’s Consumer Climate Survey: GfK: CCI: Propensity to Buy data is updated monthly, averaging 30.400 NA from Jan 2001 to May 2019, with 221 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 64.400 NA in Oct 2006 and a record low of -55.400 NA in Nov 2002. Germany’s Consumer Climate Survey: GfK: CCI: Propensity to Buy data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by GfK Group. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Germany – Table DE.H020: Consumer Climate Survey: GfK Group.

Last

50.500

May 2019
Previous

53.100

Apr 2019
Min

-55.400

Nov 2002
Max

64.400

Oct 2006
Unit

NA

Frequency

monthly

Range

Jan 2001 - May 2019

Updated on 29 May 2019
Last Previous Min Max Unit Frequency Range

50.500

NA May 2019 monthly Jan 2001 - May 2019

53.100

NA Apr 2019 monthly Jan 2001 - May 2019

-55.400

Nov 2002

64.400

Oct 2006

NA

monthly

Jan 2001 - May 2019

Updated on 29 May 2019

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Germany Consumer Climate Survey: GfK: CCI: Propensity to Buy

Series Details
Series ID

202930002

Name

Germany Consumer Climate Survey: GfK: CCI: Propensity to Buy

Country

Germany

Frequency

Monthly

Unit

NA

Status

Active

Source

GfK Group

First Date

Jan 2001

Last Date

May 2019

Last Updated

29 May 2019

Statistics
Mean

19.801

Variance

1,150.619

Standard deviation

33.921

Skewness

-0.506

Kurtosis

-1.106

Coefficient variation

1.713

Median

30.400

Max
Oct 2006

64.400

Min
Nov 2002

-55.400

Previous observation
Apr 2019

53.100

Last observation
May 2019

50.500

Number of Observations

221

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Germany Consumer Climate Survey: GfK: Consumer Climate Indicator (CCI)

2001 - 2019 | Monthly | NA | GfK Group

Germany’s Consumer Climate Survey: GfK: Consumer Climate Indicator (CCI) data was reported at 10.100 NA in Jun 2019. This records a decrease from the previous number of 10.200 NA for May 2019. Germany’s Consumer Climate Survey: GfK: Consumer Climate Indicator (CCI) data is updated monthly, averaging 5.800 NA from Jan 2001 to Jun 2019, with 222 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 16.800 NA in Mar 2001 and a record low of -3.500 NA in Mar 2003. Germany’s Consumer Climate Survey: GfK: Consumer Climate Indicator (CCI) data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by GfK Group. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Germany – Table DE.H020: Consumer Climate Survey: GfK Group.

Last

10.100

Jun 2019
Previous

10.200

May 2019
Min

-3.500

Mar 2003
Max

16.800

Mar 2001
Unit

NA

Frequency

monthly

Range

Jan 2001 - Jun 2019

Updated on 29 May 2019
Last Previous Min Max Unit Frequency Range

10.100

NA Jun 2019 monthly Jan 2001 - Jun 2019

10.200

NA May 2019 monthly Jan 2001 - Jun 2019

-3.500

Mar 2003

16.800

Mar 2001

NA

monthly

Jan 2001 - Jun 2019

Updated on 29 May 2019

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Germany Consumer Climate Survey: GfK: Consumer Climate Indicator (CCI)

Series Details
Series ID

202929702

Name

Germany Consumer Climate Survey: GfK: Consumer Climate Indicator (CCI)

Country

Germany

Frequency

Monthly

Unit

NA

Status

Active

Source

GfK Group

First Date

Jan 2001

Last Date

Jun 2019

Last Updated

29 May 2019

Statistics
Mean

6.291

Variance

16.258

Standard deviation

4.032

Skewness

-0.100

Kurtosis

0.321

Coefficient variation

0.641

Median

5.800

Max
Mar 2001

16.800

Min
Mar 2003

-3.500

Previous observation
May 2019

10.200

Last observation
Jun 2019

10.100

Number of Observations

222

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Consumer Climate Survey: GfK: CCI: Economic Expectation
Consumer Climate Survey: GfK: CCI: Income Expectation
Consumer Climate Survey: GfK: CCI: Propensity to Buy
Consumer Climate Survey: GfK: Consumer Climate Indicator (CCI)
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