Slovenia Consumer Morale Worsens in June
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Consumer confidence in Slovenia dropped to -34 in June 2023 from -30 in the previous two months, the Ljubljana-based Statistics Bureau of Slovenia (SURS) said on Thursday.
Expectations over the next 12 months deteriorated for the country's economy (-35 vs -31 in May), major purchases (-40 vs -38), financial situation of the household (-27 vs -20), and savings (-28 vs -22).
At the same time, consumers were more downbeat about unemployment (20 vs 17).
Meanwhile, concerns regarding price movements in the upcoming year decreased.
Compared to the previous year, the value of the consumer confidence indicator remained at the same level.
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