Previous editions – L’Observatoire Cetelem de la Consommation

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2020

L’Observatoire Cetelem de la Consommation

The Era of Activist Consumers

What is the mood among Europeans? It is neither better nor worse than last year. There is still a tendency for people to view their personal circumstances more favourably. Something else that hasn’t changed is the direct impact that persistent economic tensions are having on consumer confidence and on saving and consumption intentions.

4,3 Mo, 46 pages L’Observatoire Cetelem de la Consommation

2019

L’Observatoire Cetelem de la Consommation

Think local, act local!*
* Penser local, agir local !

If 2018 saw the general mood of Europeans improve significantly, 2019 seems to confirms this dynamic overall. But while Europeans consider their personal circumstances to have further improved, their view on the situation in their country has remained more or less unchanged. However, this stability is only relative and could well be impacted by a slowdown in growth that is just starting to be felt and an increasingly febrile economic, political and social climate.

7,9 Mo, 68 pages L’Observatoire Cetelem de la Consommation

2018

L’Observatoire Cetelem de la Consommation

I like shopping! Millennials and shops: the relationship is far from over.

With the overall results of the survey to gauge both the self-confidence of consumers and their confidence in their country looking better than they have for years, the answers given by Europe’s Millennials suggest that shops have a bright future…

7,7 Mo, 75 pages L’Observatoire Cetelem de la Consommation

2017

L’Observatoire Cetelem de la Consommation

Consumption in Europe: New paths to confidence

In economics, confidence is often described as essential if growth is to be achieved. Indeed, household spending and business investment hinges on this confidence. Generally speaking, uncertainty causes economic stakeholders to play a waiting game and ultimately slows down the economy. In the majority of European countries, this confidence seemed to shrink as the economic crisis rumbled on. The question of how to revive it is therefore a crucial one. L’Observatoire Cetelem 2017 focuses on demonstrating that all is not lost, despite confidence being low in Europe. In fact, far from it…

11,4 Mo, 96 pages L’Observatoire Cetelem de la Consommation