More than 50 years ago, Charlotte Whitton, a feminist and the first female mayor of a major Canadian city, quipped wryly: “Whatever women do, they must do twice as well as men to be thought half as good.” She was addressing a world where women were still considered inferior, where women were more likely to …
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New Zealand optimism softens, but still more positive than Australia To tweet this news, copy and paste http://news.mstr.cd/1WE4bxk to your Twitter handle with the hashtag #MasterCard, #ConsumerConfidence New Zealand, 22 March 2016 – Despite a drop, New Zealanders’ are still significantly more positive about the economy than their Australian counterparts, according to the latest MasterCard Index of …
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MasterCard Consumer Confidence Index Reveals Women Consistently More Pessimistic Than Men Sydney, March 21 2015- MasterCard’s Consumer Confidence Index shows the confidence of Australian consumers has improved by 2.9 points since the first half of 2015 to 42.4, the highest reading since the second half of 2013. MasterCard Consumer Confidence Index is forward looking for …
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12 of 17 markets recorded declines in MasterCard’s Index of Consumer Confidence but the emerging markets of Myanmar, Vietnam and India are still extremely optimistic in their outlook To tweet this news, copy and paste http://news.mstr.cd/1SNSbcx to your Twitter handle with the hashtag #MasterCard and #ConsumerConfidence Singapore, 10 February 2016 – For the first time …
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