ANZ analysts note that the New Zealand’s ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence Index rose 1 point to 123, near its historical average.
“Better perceptions of the current situation drove the tick up, with the Current Conditions Index rising 5 points to 130, the highest level since the start of 2018. Meanwhile, the Future Conditions Index ticked down 1 point to 119.”
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