Consumer-electronics confidence takes a dip

05/26/2010 | Dealerscope

Consumers are being more cautious in electronics spending this month, according to a report issued by the Consumer Electronics Association and CNET. The Index of Consumer Technology Expectations report notes a dip of eight-tenths of a point, to 71.5, in consumer-electronics confidence. "With concerns about financial well-being, consumers are watching what they spend, including on technology," said Shawn DuBravac, CEA's chief economist and director of research.

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