Slovakia economic confidence decreases in February
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Slovakia's economic sentiment weakened in February, data from the Bratislava-based Slovak Statistical Office (SÚSR) showed on Friday.
The economic sentiment index decreased to 94.9 in February from 98.2 in January. Among components, the industrial confidence index fell to -8 in February from -4.3 in the prior month.
The morale index for the construction sector rose to -8.5, while those for retail trade improved to 21.
The services confidence indicator fell to 9 in February from 15.7 in the previous month.
The consumer confidence index improved to -22.3 in February from -21.4 in the preceding month.
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