Slovakia economic sentiment falls in March
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Slovakia’s economic sentiment decreased in March, data from the Slovak Statistical Office (SÚSR) shows. The economic sentiment index dropped to 97.9 in March from 98 in February.
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Among components, the industrial confidence index decreased to -3.0 in February from -1.3 in the prior month. The morale in construction rose to -4.3 and retail trade increased to 26.3 in March, while services confidence weakened to -1.
Interestingly, the consumer confidence index increased to -7.8 in March from -11.1 in the preceding month, SÚSR said on March 30.
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