Indonesia’s consumer confidence index increased 2.4 points from the previous month to 83.8 in July 2020, following a loosening of coronavirus-related lockdown measures. This was the strongest reading since March, as three of the six main sub-indices improved: current economic conditions (up 4.9 points to 50.7); job availability compared to six months ago (up 5.9 points to 30.4); and the assessment of current income (up 6.3 points to 53.1). Meanwhile, sub-indices deteriorated: economic outlook (down 0.1 points to 121.7); income expectations for the next six months (down 1.5 points to 125.4); and job availability expectations (down 2.6 points to 114.5).