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2003 Archived Connecticut Consumer Scorecard ~ Labor Market Information
Benchmarked March 2016  
Connecticut Consumer Scorecard Home  2003 Connecticut Consumer Sector Scorecard Seasonally Adjusted/Not Seasonally Adjusted Select Year >>
Critical to the health of the National and State economies is the ability of consumers to buy the goods and services being offered for sale by businesses. In turn, consumer demand is predicated on the willingness and ability of buyers to make purchases. Signals on consumers’ ability to buy are usually found in the levels, changes from the previous period, and year-to-year changes, of Quarterly Personal Income, and Quarterly Wages and Salaries, and in the Prime Rate and Conventional Mortgage Rates. Their willingness is reflected in their actual behavior. That is, are they actually making purchases? The most timely indicator that sends a signal about actual consumer behavior, at the state level, is Sales Tax Revenue activity.
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 Month 2002 2003 Year-to-Year comparisons
Jan 148,294 148,871 Plus Grade
Feb 148,294 148,871 Plus Grade
Mar 148,294 148,871 Plus Grade
Apr 150,083 151,097 Plus Grade
May 150,083 151,097 Plus Grade
Jun 150,083 151,097 Plus Grade
Jul 149,869 152,149 Plus Grade
Aug 149,869 152,149 Plus Grade
Sep 149,869 152,149 Plus Grade
Oct 150,021 155,209 Plus Grade
Nov 150,021 155,209 Plus Grade
Dec 150,021 155,209 Plus Grade
2002 2003 Year-to-Year comparisons
77,197 77,416 Plus Grade
77,197 77,416 Plus Grade
77,197 77,416 Plus Grade
77,441 78,399 Plus Grade
77,441 78,399 Plus Grade
77,441 78,399 Plus Grade
77,573 78,912 Plus Grade
77,573 78,912 Plus Grade
77,573 78,912 Plus Grade
77,131 79,929 Plus Grade
77,131 79,929 Plus Grade
77,131 79,929 Plus Grade
2002 2003 Year-to-Year comparisons
346.0 335.0 Minus Grade
209.4 205.1 Minus Grade
209.2 210.5 Plus Grade
270.8 264.4 Minus Grade
235.7 243.3 Plus Grade
242.7 245.3 Plus Grade
307.1 297.6 Minus Grade
238.0 242.3 Plus Grade
242.2 248.0 Plus Grade
304.6 289.5 Minus Grade
267.6 249.5 Minus Grade
231.0 244.7 Plus Grade
2002 2003 Year-to-Year comparisons
4.75% 4.25% Plus Grade
4.75% 4.25% Plus Grade
4.75% 4.25% Plus Grade
4.75% 4.25% Plus Grade
4.75% 4.25% Plus Grade
4.75% 4.22% Plus Grade
4.75% 4.00% Plus Grade
4.75% 4.00% Plus Grade
4.75% 4.00% Plus Grade
4.75% 4.00% Plus Grade
4.35% 4.00% Plus Grade
4.25% 4.00% Plus Grade
2002 2003 Year-to-Year comparisons
7.00% 5.92% Plus Grade
6.89% 5.84% Plus Grade
7.01% 5.75% Plus Grade
6.99% 5.81% Plus Grade
6.81% 5.48% Plus Grade
6.65% 5.23% Plus Grade
6.49% 5.63% Plus Grade
6.29% 6.26% Plus Grade
6.09% 6.15% Minus Grade
6.11% 5.95% Plus Grade
6.07% 5.93% Plus Grade
6.05% 5.88% Plus Grade
Total Up Down NC Net %
 5 4 1 0 +60 %
 5 4 1 0 +60 %
 5 5 0 0 +100 %
 5 4 1 0 +60 %
 5 5 0 0 +100 %
 5 5 0 0 +100 %
 5 4 1 0 +60 %
 5 5 0 0 +100 %
 5 4 1 0 +60 %
 5 4 1 0 +60 %
 5 4 1 0 +60 %
 5 5 0 0 +100 %
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