Internationally, 58 percent say they are completely or fairly satisfied with their amount of leisure time, with Americans, Canadians and British leading the pack. But which countries are least satisfied?
GfK’s UK Consumer Confidence Index has increased six points to 7 in June.
With the dramatic rise in consumer confidence into the start of the year, this seems to be translating into improved consumer spending across all room specific areas including the nursery sector.
Small domestic appliances (SDA) continues to be a bright spot in the world of electricals, this sector is currently reporting a 5.3% and a 8.9% increase in volume and value respectively compared to year ending April 2014.
The UK PCs market has been experiencing a boom since August 2014 following a series of initiatives to invigorate growth at the low end of the market.
The desk computing sector has declined by 22% in the year-to-date so far (Jan - Apr 2015).
2015 has been an interesting year already. A number of high profile brands have introduced a price realignment which is to be of benefit to consumers in the UK, fashion brands continue to dominate conversation and at this stage...
A recent survey looking at moderate to severe adult patients treated with high potency topical steroids has revealed that over four out of 10 physicians and six out of 10 patients are not satisfied with the level of control achieved.
In the first quarter of 2015, the Western European Technical Consumer Goods (TCG) market generated sales of nearly €50.1 billion. This corresponds to a 3.4 percent growth, compared to Q1 2014.
Strawberries and cream, rain breaks and Cliff Richard – Wimbledon wouldn’t be the same without them and the British Summer wouldn’t be the same without Wimbledon.
GfK findings on how satisfied people are with how they look. Over half are fairly or completely satisfied. Teenagers only slightly more likely to be dissatisfied than older groups. Japanese are most self-critical, with over 1 in 10 not at all satisfied.
GfK’s UK Consumer Confidence Index has decreased three points to 1 in May.