Inflation concerns cause consumer confidence to tumble at the start of 2022


Rising inflation in an environment where the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic are lingering is particularly worrying because central banks will respond by raising interest rates.

  • KASI’s global consumer confidence index (CCI) receded by 9 points in January after a positive performance in the last quarter of 2021. …

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