Consumer confidence in Taiwan increased to 71.60 in September 2020 from 71.33 a month earlier, amid the loosening lockdown measures to contain the COVID-19 crisis. This was the strongest reading since April, as two out of six of indicators improved: the timing for buying durable goods (up 10.95 points to 119.85 in September), domestic prices in the next six months (up 0.15 points to 39). Meantime, households' assessment deteriorated for: the family economic outlook (down 0.3 points to 83.80), the domestic economic outlook (down 1.85 points to 83), employment opportunities (down 2.65 points to 68.65), and the timing to invest in stock markets (down 4.70 points to 35.30)

Consumer Confidence in Taiwan averaged 75.65 points from 1999 until 2020, reaching an all time high of 97.52 points in January of 2000 and a record low of 48.42 points in February of 2009. This page provides - Taiwan Consumer Confidence - actual values, historical data, forecast, chart, statistics, economic calendar and news. Taiwan Consumer Confidence - data, historical chart, forecasts and calendar of releases - was last updated on October of 2020.

Consumer Confidence in Taiwan is expected to be 73.00 points by the end of this quarter, according to Trading Economics global macro models and analysts expectations. Looking forward, we estimate Consumer Confidence in Taiwan to stand at 83.00 in 12 months time. In the long-term, the Taiwan Consumer Confidence is projected to trend around 85.00 points in 2021 and 86.00 points in 2022, according to our econometric models.

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Taiwan Consumer Confidence

Actual Previous Highest Lowest Dates Unit Frequency
71.60 71.33 97.52 48.42 1999 - 2020 points Monthly


Calendar GMT Actual Previous Consensus TEForecast
2020-06-29 02:00 AM Jun 68.77 64.87 75
2020-07-28 01:15 AM Jul 69.43 68.77 71
2020-08-27 02:15 AM Aug 71.33 69.43 71
2020-10-15 02:00 AM Sep 71.60 71.33 71
2020-11-22 02:00 AM Oct 71.60
2020-12-27 02:00 AM Nov


News Stream
Taiwan Consumer Morale Strongest in 5 Months
Consumer confidence in Taiwan increased to 71.60 in September 2020 from 71.33 a month earlier, amid the loosening lockdown measures to contain the COVID-19 crisis. This was the strongest reading since April, as two out of six of indicators improved: the timing for buying durable goods (up 10.95 points to 119.85 in September), domestic prices in the next six months (up 0.15 points to 39). Meantime, households' assessment deteriorated for: the family economic outlook (down 0.3 points to 83.80), the domestic economic outlook (down 1.85 points to 83), employment opportunities (down 2.65 points to 68.65), and the timing to invest in stock markets (down 4.70 points to 35.30)
2020-10-15
Taiwan Consumer Morale Strongest in 4 Months
Consumer confidence in Taiwan increased to 71.33 in August 2020 from 69.43 a month earlier, amid the loosening lockdown measures to contain the COVID-19 crisis. This was the strongest reading since April, as three out of six of indicators improved: the timing for buying durable goods (up 12.8 points to 108.9 in July), the family economic outlook (up 2.5 points to 84.1) and the domestic economic outlook (up 2.2 points to 84.85). Meantime, households' assessment deteriorated for: employment opportunities (down 2 points to 71.3), and the timing to invest in stock markets (down 4.1 points to 40) while that of domestic prices in the next six months was stable (at 38.85).
2020-08-27
Taiwan Consumer Morale Strongest in 3 Months
Consumer confidence in Taiwan rose to 69.43 in July 2020 from 68.77 a month earlier, amid loosening lockdown measures to contain the COVID-19 crisis. This was the strongest reading since April, as two out of six of indicators strengthened : the timing for buying durable goods (up 4.2 points to 96.1 in June) and the timing to invest in stock markets (up 2.5 points to 44.1 in June). Meantime, households' assessment deteriorated for: employment opportunities (down 2.25 points to 73.3), the domestic economic outlook (down 0.25 points to 82.65), the family economic outlook (down 0.15 points to 81.6), domestic prices in the next six months (down 0.05 points to 38.85).
2020-07-28
Taiwan Consumer Sentiment Improves
Consumer confidence in Taiwan rose to 68.77 in June 2020 from a 10-1/2-year low of 64.87 a month earlier, amid public health measures to contain the COVID-19 crisis. Households' assessment strengthened for all components: the timing to invest in stock markets (up 4.7 points to 41.6), employment opportunities (up 4.05 points to 75.55), the domestic economic outlook (up 3.85 points to 82.9), the family economic outlook (up 3.7 points to 81.75), domestic prices in the next six months (up 3.65 points to 38.9), and the timing for buying durable goods (up 3.45 points to 91.9).
2020-06-29

Taiwan Consumer Confidence
In Taiwan, consumer confidence survey (CCI), published by the National Central University's Research Centre for Taiwan Economic Development (RCTED), measures consumers’ expectation of the economic situation in the coming six months. The CCI survey covers six indices: domestic business condition, employment opportunities, family economic conditions, investment in stocks, inflation expectations and willingness to buy durable goods. The overall index is an unweighted average of the six sub-indices. A value between 0 and 100 indicates pessimism, while a value between 100 and 200 indicates optimism. The index is based on a telephone survey of around 2,400 randomly selected adults over the age of 20, which is conducted nationwide in the third week of each month.