Consumer confidence both in the overall economy and in the electronics sector dropped in January, according to the latest release of the CEA/CNET Index.
Consumer confidence in the electronics sector dropped in December, according to the monthly CEA-CNET Index of Consumer Technology Expectations. The drop was larger than the one for the economy as a whole.
The CEA-CNET Indexes increased for the month of August, according to figures recently released by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)® and CNET. The Indexes are comprised of the CEA-CNET Index of Consumer Expectations (ICE) and the CEA-CNET Index of Consumer Technology Expectations (ICTE), the first-ever measure of consumer expectations in technology and consumer electronics (CE). Consumer confidence in technology continues to strengthen. The ICTE reached 84.4 in August, up nearly four points from 80.7 in July. It is the third consecutive month the index has risen and marks the highest level it has reached since February. It is also the first time since March