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confidence level

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(Statistics) statistics a measure of the reliability of a result. A confidence level of 95 per cent or 0.95 means that there is a probability of at least 95 per cent that the result is reliable. Compare significance4
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CONFIDENCE levels among UK tech startups ticked up fractionally over the last quarter, despite the impact of the unsettled political landscape.
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London and the North West recorded the strongest confidence levels, whilst Scotland and the North East the lowest."
On the other hand, it is India that has shown the largest drop in confidence levels in the region (-9.3 points), with particularly large declines in the economy and quality of life components.
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On a scale of 100, confidence levels measured by Business Today's Business Confidence Index was 49.6, up from 46.4 in the previous quarter.
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The passage of the GST (goods and services tax) Bill in Parliament and implementation of the Seventh Pay Commission recommendations coupled with the overall festive season buoyancy have contributed to a rise in confidence levels. Indeed, business sentiment - as measured by the Business Confidence Index (BCI) - has improved for the second consecutive quarter.
"Conversely, partisan confidence levels could reverse if Trump prevails."