Nigeria consumer confidence continues to trend upward despite rising COVID-19 cases


  • Kasi Consumer Confidence Index saw an increase of 9 points in July to reach +17 which was driven by a rise in future expectations while current conditions stay negative.
  • Nigerians are feeling more confident in their country’s general economic condition as the sub-index increased to +43, which reflects …

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