Indonesia's consumer confidence index increased 6 points from the previous month to 83.8 in June 2020, following a loosening of coronavirus-related lockdown measures. Three of the six main sub-indices improved: economic outlook (up 16.9 points to 121.8); income expectations for the next six months (up 13.1 points to 126.9); and job availability expectations (up 11.3 points to 117.1). Meanwhile, sub-indices deteriorated: current economic conditions (down 4.9 points to 45.8); job availability compared to six months ago (down 3.7 points to 24.5); and the assessment of current income (down 4.0 points to 46.8).

Consumer Confidence in Indonesia averaged 99.67 points from 2000 until 2020, reaching an all time high of 128.20 points in May of 2019 and a record low of 9.60 points in March of 2001. This page provides - Indonesia Consumer Confidence - actual values, historical data, forecast, chart, statistics, economic calendar and news. Indonesia Consumer Confidence - data, historical chart, forecasts and calendar of releases - was last updated on July of 2020. source: Bank Indonesia

Consumer Confidence in Indonesia is expected to be 97.00 points by the end of this quarter, according to Trading Economics global macro models and analysts expectations. Looking forward, we estimate Consumer Confidence in Indonesia to stand at 99.00 in 12 months time. In the long-term, the Indonesia Consumer Confidence is projected to trend around 99.00 points in 2021 and 112.00 points in 2022, according to our econometric models.

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Indonesia Consumer Confidence

Actual Previous Highest Lowest Dates Unit Frequency
83.80 77.80 128.20 9.60 2000 - 2020 points Monthly


Calendar GMT Actual Previous Consensus TEForecast
2020-04-06 03:00 AM Mar 113.8 117.7 101
2020-05-06 03:00 AM Apr 84.8 113.8 109
2020-06-12 03:00 AM May 77.8 84.8 90
2020-07-06 05:00 AM Jun 83.8 77.8 84
2020-08-06 03:00 AM Jul 83.8 88
2020-09-08 03:00 AM Aug
2020-10-06 03:00 AM Sep 97
2020-11-09 03:00 AM Oct


News Stream
Indonesia Consumer Confidence Improves in June
Indonesia's consumer confidence index increased 6 points from the previous month to 83.8 in June 2020, following a loosening of coronavirus-related lockdown measures. Three of the six main sub-indices improved: economic outlook (up 16.9 points to 121.8); income expectations for the next six months (up 13.1 points to 126.9); and job availability expectations (up 11.3 points to 117.1). Meanwhile, sub-indices deteriorated: current economic conditions (down 4.9 points to 45.8); job availability compared to six months ago (down 3.7 points to 24.5); and the assessment of current income (down 4.0 points to 46.8).
2020-07-06
Indonesia Consumer Morale Weakest Since 2005
Indonesia's consumer confidence index declined 7 points from the previous month to 77.8 in May 2020, the lowest level since October 2005, reflecting the severe hit caused by COVID-19 outbreak amid restriction measures that led consumers to stay at home. The five of six of the main sub-indices deteriorated: current economic conditions (down by 12.1 points to 50.7); economic outlook (down by 1.9 points to 104.9); job availability compared to six months ago (down 13 points to 28.2); income expectations for the next six months (down 2.3 points to 113.8); and the assessment of current income (down by 12.7 points to 50.8). Meantime, sub-indices of job availability expectations increased (up 3.7 points to 105.8).
2020-06-12
Indonesia Consumer Morale Weakest Since 2008
Indonesia's consumer confidence index tumbled 29 points from the previous month to 84.8 in April 2020, the lowest level since July 2008, as the COVID-19 outbreak forced governments to impose strict restriction measures that led consumers to stay at home. All of the main sub-indices deteriorated sharply: current economic conditions (down by 40.5 points to 62.8); economic outlook (down by 17.5 points to 106.8); job availability compared to six months ago (down 44.8 points to 41.2); job availability expectations (down 6.3 points to 102.1); income expectations for the next six months (down 22.1 points to 116.1); and the assessment of current income (down by 50.5 points to 63.5).
2020-05-06
Indonesia Consumer Morale Weakest in 3-1/2 Years
Indonesia's consumer confidence index declined to 113.8 in March 2020 from 117.7 in the previous month. It was the weakest reading since September 2016, as five of the six main sub-indices deteriorated: economic outlook (down by 5.5 points to 124.3); current economic conditions (down by 2.2 points to 103.3); job availability compared to six months ago (down 4.1 points to 86.0); job availability expectations (down 3.1 points to 108.4); and income expectations for the next six months (down 5.7 points to 138.2). Meanwhile, the sub-index of current income was unchanged (at 114.0).
2020-04-06

Indonesia Consumer Confidence
In Indonesia, the Consumer Confidence Index (CCI) measures consumer’s expectations about current income and job availability against those 6 months ago, appropriate time to buy durable goods, and general economic conditions and job availability expectations in the next 6 months. The index is based on a survey of around 4600 middle up class households in major cities (those cities cover about 78 percent of GDP). Data is collected through phone interviews and direct visits. The two main components of the Index are the current economic condition index and the consumer expectation index. The CCI is computed as a net balance obtained from the difference between percentage on ’increase’ answer and percentage on ’decrease’ answer. An index above 100 indicates an improving outlook and below 100 a deteriorating outlook.