Citizens Business Conditions Index Related Content

Citizens Business Conditions Index Gains Momentum in Q3

Citizens' Business Conditions Index rose to 56.1 in Q3/22, regaining momentum after a drop in Q2 economic sentiment prompted by inflation concerns. Q3’s score extends the index’s streak to eight straight quarters above 50, indicating continued growth conditions for businesses. read more

Citizens Business Conditions Index Drops, Remains in Expansionary Territory in Q4/21

Citizens reported that its Citizens Business Conditions Index (CBCI) dropped to a mark of 54.4 for Q4/21, down from 57.8 at the end of September but still in expansionary territory. read more

Citizens Business Conditions Index Dips Slightly but Remains in Expansionary Territory

Citizens reported that the Citizens Business Conditions Index fell slightly to a mark of 57.1 in Q3/21 from Q2/21’s reading of 57.4. Despite the decrease, Citizens said the third quarter’s reading reflects continued strength in the recovery since COVID-19 stunned the economy and markets in 2020. read more

Vaccine Optimism Boosts Q4/20 Citizens Business Conditions Index

The national Citizens Business Conditions Index posted a second consecutive quarter of gains as optimism fueled by COVID-19 vaccine announcements and increased election certainty began to outweigh concerns about spiking pandemic cases. read more

Citizens Business Conditions Index Shows Solid Q1 Start, Emerging Pandemic Pain

The Q1/20 Citizens Business Conditions Index showed only a slight decline (from 61.0 to 60.8) because the full economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic emerged late in the quarter, but the modest directional shift reflected the gathering storm of the pandemic disruption. read more

View Latest Digital Edition

Terry Mulreany
Subscriptions: 800 708 9373 x130
terry.mulreany@monitordaily.com
Susie Angelucci
Advertising: 484.459.3016
susie.angelucci@monitordaily.com

View Latest Digital Edition

Visit our sister website for news, information, exclusive articles,
deal tables and more on the asset-based lending, factoring,
and restructuring industries.
www.abfjournal.com