As per the latest reports of Deloitte, It was found that the confidence of the buyers stays unmoved even after the Brexit referendum. The consumer confidence in the second quarter is unchanged while compared to the first quarter. However, the job security has been dropped.
Here Is The Detailed Survey
A business company has organized a survey, in which 3000 people have been taken part. This survey is hosted after three days of EU referendum. The survey has revealed that the assurance of job security was dropped to 3 points in the second quarter while compared to the first quarter. Overall, it was dropped to 6 points while comparing to the same period last year.
The survey reports of Deloitte show that the amount that was spent in leisure hours is more while comparing to the amount that was spent on buying essentials. Overall, the unchanged consumer confidence would be the good news for the retailers, said Ian Stewart, the chief economist of Deloitte.