Slovenia Consumer Confidence Slightly Improves in November
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Slovenia's consumer confidence indicator improved by 1 percentage point (p.p.) on a monthly comparison basis in November, after remaining unchanged in the preceding month, Statistics Bureau of Slovenia (SUSR) said in its survey on Wednesday.
In annual terms, consumer confidence was 5 p.p. higher in November. On a monthly level, expectations for major purchases and about the country's economy increased by 4 pp and 2 pp, respectively.
The indicator was offset by lower expectations about households' finances, down by 2 pp, while consumer opinion on current households' finances remained at the level of the previous month.
All four components of the consumer confidence indicator improved at the annual level, with expectations about households' finances rising by 8 pp, for major purchases by 7 pp, about the country's economy by 4 p.p., and about current households' finances by 1 percentage point.
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