ANZ Senior Economist, David Plank, commented:
“Strong domestic labour market data and encouraging economic news from China have resulted in a strong gain in ANZ Roy-Morgan consumer confidence. Consumers are now the most upbeat they have been in 2019. Continuous gains in future financial and economic conditions suggest that the Australians are getting comfortable with their future financial wellbeing. Four week moving average inflation expectations were stable at 4% though the weekly print is showing a considerable amount of volatility.”
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