The consumer confidence indicator in the Netherlands increased to -19 in January of 2021, the strongest since March, when the first the lockdown was announced, but far below its long-term average over the past twenty years (-7). Households' sentiment about the general economic situation improved (-39 vs -40 in December of 2020) as they were less pessimistic about the economic situation in the next twelve months. In addition, consumers’ willingness to buy was stable (at -6) as they were more slightly optimistic about their financial situation for the next twelve months, and slightly less negative about the financial position in the past twelve months. On the other hand, they have found the time for large purchases more unfavorable. source: Statistics Netherlands

Consumer Confidence in Netherlands averaged 0.16 points from 1986 until 2021, reaching an all time high of 36 points in January of 2000 and a record low of -41 points in February of 2013. This page provides - Netherlands Consumer Confidence - actual values, historical data, forecast, chart, statistics, economic calendar and news. Netherlands Consumer Confidence - data, historical chart, forecasts and calendar of releases - was last updated on January of 2021.

Consumer Confidence in Netherlands is expected to be -18.00 points by the end of this quarter, according to Trading Economics global macro models and analysts expectations. Looking forward, we estimate Consumer Confidence in Netherlands to stand at -12.00 in 12 months time. In the long-term, the Netherlands Consumer Confidence is projected to trend around -7.00 points in 2022, according to our econometric models.

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Netherlands Consumer Confidence

Actual Previous Highest Lowest Dates Unit Frequency
-19.00 -20.00 36.00 -41.00 1986 - 2021 points Monthly
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Calendar GMT Actual Previous Consensus TEForecast
2020-10-22 04:30 AM Oct -30.0 -28.0 -26
2020-11-20 05:30 AM Nov -26.0 -30.0 -27
2020-12-21 05:30 AM Dec -20.0 -26.0 -24
2021-01-21 05:30 AM Jan -19 -20.0 -17
2021-02-18 05:30 AM Feb -19
2021-03-23 05:30 AM Mar
2021-04-22 04:30 AM Apr
2021-05-21 04:30 AM May


News Stream
Dutch Consumer Morale Improves to 10-Month High
The consumer confidence indicator in the Netherlands increased to -19 in January of 2021, the strongest since March, when the first the lockdown was announced, but far below its long-term average over the past twenty years (-7). Households' sentiment about the general economic situation improved (-39 vs -40 in December of 2020) as they were less pessimistic about the economic situation in the next twelve months. In addition, consumers’ willingness to buy was stable (at -6) as they were more slightly optimistic about their financial situation for the next twelve months, and slightly less negative about the financial position in the past twelve months. On the other hand, they have found the time for large purchases more unfavorable.
2021-01-21
Dutch Consumer Morale Strongest in 9 Months
The consumer confidence indicator in the Netherlands increased to -20 in December 2020, the strongest since March, when the first the lockdown was announced, but far below its long-term average over the past twenty years (-7). Households' sentiment about the general economic situation improved (-40 vs -53 in November) as they were less pessimistic about the economic situation in the next twelve months. In addition, consumers’ willingness to buy increased (-6 from -7) as they were more optimistic about their financial situation for the next twelve months. Furthermore, they have found the time for large purchases less unfavorable.
2020-12-21
Dutch Consumer Morale Improves to 4-Month High
The consumer confidence indicator in the Netherlands increased to -26 in November 2020, the strongest since July, but far below its long-term average over the past two decades (-7). Households' sentiment about the general economic situation improved (-53 vs -61 in October) as they were less pessimistic about the economic situation in the next twelve months. In addition, consumers’ willingness to buy increased (-7 from -9) as they were more optimistic about their financial situation for the next twelve months. Furthermore, they have found the time for large purchases less unfavorable.
2020-11-20
Dutch Consumer Morale Weakest in 5 Months
The Dutch consumer confidence index declined to -30 in October 2020, the weakest since May, from -28 in the previous month, suggesting the mood among consumers hardly changed despite the country's reopening efforts from the coronavirus-induced lockdown. Consumers were more pessimistic about the economy in the next twelve months, while opinion on the economic situation in the past twelve months were unchanged. Consumers' willingness to buy was unchanged (at -9), as opinions on their expected financial situation for the next twelve months were slightly more positive, while those on their financial situation over the past twelve months have deteriorated slightly. Consumers also found this time unfavorable to make large purchases, unchanged from August. Meanwhile, consumers’ sentiment about the general economic situation weakened slightly, dragged by a deterioration in opinions on the economic situation in the next twelve months.
2020-10-22

Netherlands Consumer Confidence
In the Netherlands, the Consumer Confidence survey is made by phone and covers 1,000 households. The questions cover the consumer’s assessments on national economy and own financial situation for the past 12 months and expectations for the coming 12 months. The index is then calculated as a difference between the percentage of participants that are optimistic and the share that is pessimistic. Therefore, the index takes a value between -100 (all respondents assess their situation as poor and expect it to become worse) and 100 (all participants are satisfied with the current situation and expect it to improve); 0 indicates neutrality.