The Federal Reserve Bank of
Other results from
* Consumer inflation expectations fell slightly in January to 3 percent for both the one-year and the three-year ahead horizon.
* Home price change expectations have stayed within the narrow band that has prevailed since
* Consumer expectations for most commodity price changes have remained stable in January, with medical care cost expectations reversing the increase observed in the last two months.
* Earnings growth expectations rose from 1.8 percent in December to 2.4 percent (annual rate). One quarter of respondents now expect earnings growth of at least 4.4 percent over the next 12 months. The increase in January was more pronounced for lower education and lower income workers.
* The mean expected probability of separating from one's current job (both voluntarily and involuntarily) has remained essentially unchanged in January.
* The mean probability of finding a job in three months, if one were to lose their current job today, rose from 46 percent in December to 49 percent, back to
* Household income and spending growth expectations increased slightly by 0.2 percentage points from December to 2.2 percent and 4.8 percent, respectively.
* Perceptions of current credit access relative to one year ago and future credit access relative to today remained fairly flat in January, with a slight decline in the share of consumers expecting easier conditions.
* The mean likelihood of not being able to make a minimum debt payment in the next three months remained stable at 15 percent.
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