Swap Rate, 1 year (Source: Central Bank of Brazil) Stock Price Bovespa Index (Source: BOVESPA - Bolsa de Valores de Sao Paulo/ Sao Paulo Stock Exchange) Manufacturing Survey: Expectations Index (Source: FGV/IBRE) Services Sector Survey: Expectations Index (Source: FGV/IBRE) Consumer Expectations Survey: Expectations Index (Source: FGV/IBRE) Physical Production of Durables Consumer Goods Index (Source: IBGE - Instituto Brasilieiro de Geografia e Estatistica/ Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics) Terms of Trade Index (Source: FUNCEX - Fundacao Centro de Estudos do Comercio Exterior/The Foundation Center for the Study of Foreign Trade) Exports Volume Index (Source: FUNCEX - Fundacao Centro de Estudos do Comercio Exterior/The Foundation Center for the Study of Foreign Trade)
What does EI stand for?
EI stands for Expectations Index
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We have 38 other meanings of EI in our Acronym Attic
- Eugene Island
- European Integration
- Evening Independent (St Petersburg, FL newspaper)
- Event Interval
- Every Issue
- Execution Indexing
- Exercise Information
- Exercise Item (US DoD)
- Expansion Index (soil)
- Expansion Interface
Samples in periodicals archive:
Breaking down the survey sub-categories, consumer expectations index reached 185 points in September, the highest among other sub-indexes, reflecting a clear optimism to the future conditions.
The consumer expectations index is normally driven by labor market conditions, which appear to be gradually improving based on the latest dip in initial jobless claims.
The improvement was driven by a rise in people's confidence about the future state of the economy, with the group's expectations index reaching its highest level since the end of 2007.
The breakdown showed not only the expected improvement in the forward looking future expectations index to, but also a surprise rebound in the current conditions index.
This is the first year since 2004 that the expectations index for the first two months was more robust than that of the previous year; in 2005 and 2006, the expectations index dropped during this period.
Its Expectations Index - which reflects predicted consumer sentiment about the economy and jobs in six months time - bounced back from a slump in August.
The Expectations Index is now at its lowest level in three years (March 2003, 61.