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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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London and the North West recorded the strongest confidence levels, whilst Scotland and the North East the lowest.
found surprising differences in the perceptions and confidence levels of global business travelers on the impact of emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and virtual reality (VR) on corporate travel, the company said.
On a scale of 100, confidence levels measured by Business Today's Business Confidence Index was 49.
According to John Loos, Household and Property Sector Strategist at FNB, strong headwinds--in the form of higher personal income taxes, poor job creation, frequent power outages, drought conditions in large parts of the country, rising interest rates and an alarming depreciation in the rand exchange rate--have been battering household income growth and consumer confidence levels since the beginning of the year.
The Welsh figure represents a big drop in confidence levels - in the three months to December 62% more people expected a rise rather than a fall, while at the same point last year it was 52%.
The MasterCard Youth Confidence Index, is a new initiative by MasterCard that measures the short-term outlook and confidence levels amongst youth (18-30 years) in the Asia/Pacific region.
Globally, overall confidence levels across different regions continued to converge, with less than a point now separating Asia and the EU, compared with a 12.
The Philippines (118) and India, as in the previous quarter, came second and third, respectively, but confidence levels in those two emerging markets dipped.
That's the lowest figure since 2008, and one of the lowest confidence levels since Gallup first began asking about the medical system in 1993.
Confidence among Namibia's graduate professionals recorded a slight decline in the third quarter of last year, according to the results of the latest PPS Namibia Graduate Professional Confidence Index (PCI), which tracks the confidence levels of more than 203 of Namibia's graduate professionals.
The ranges of confidence levels tends to be from about 90% to 96%.
MANAMA: Confidence levels in the Middle East have risen as companies reported increasing revenues since the first quarter of the year.