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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

Citizens: U.S. Business Conditions Recover with Increased Vaccinations, Fiscal Package

Continued economic recovery from the shock of the COVID-19 pandemic kept the Q1/21 national Citizens Business Conditions Index (CBCI) in upbeat territory with a reading of 53.3. This compares with a Q4/20 reading of 56. A reading above 50 is considered expansionary. 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 Signals Steady Economic Improvement in Q3/20

Economic conditions showed definite signs of improvement during Q3/20, the first gain during a year dominated by impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Citizens Business Conditions Index, which rose to 61.2 at the end of the quarter, up from 60.3 at the end of Q2/20. read more

Citizens Business Conditions Index Shows Stability in Q2/20

The Citizens Business Conditions Index showed stability in Q2/20, decreasing from 60.8 to 60.3 despite the quarter beginning with many businesses reeling from the shutdown of the global economy caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. read more

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