Center for Microeconomic Data

 
Survey of Consumer Expectations
The March Survey of Consumer Expectations showed no change in short- and medium-term inflation expectations, which remain at 2.8 percent and 2.9 percent, respectively. Consumers were less optimistic about labor market outcomes: in particular, expectations about income growth, the U.S unemployment rate, and the probability of losing one’s job all deteriorated slightly over the month.

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Press Release: Inflation Expectations Unchanged in March; Labor Market Expectations Retreat Slightly
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