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SRI: Home buying plans and overall New York State confidence fall slightly in February

Mar 07, 2014
According to the latest poll by the Siena Research Institute (SRI), New York State consumer home buying plans fell 1.4 points to 3.9 percent in February. Overall, New York State consumer confidence decreased 1.2 points, while the nation’s confidence increased 0.4 points. At 76.3, New York’s overall consumer confidence is 5.3 points below the nation’s confidence level of 81.6.

Buying plans were up in February for cars/trucks. Buying plans were down for consumer electronics, furniture and major home improvements.

To read the entire SRI press release, click here.
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