Slovenia's Consumer Sentiment Improves in April
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Slovenia's consumer confidence indicator grew by 3 percentage points (pp) in April, after rising by 1 pp in the preceding month, the Ljubljana-based Statistics Bureau of Slovenia (SURS) said citing its monthly survey.
In annual terms, consumer confidence also deteriorated by 3 pp in April. All four components of the consumer confidence indicator improved at the monthly level. Expectations about households' finances grew by 4 pp, current households' finances went up by 2 pp, for major purchases also by 2 pp, and about the country's economy by 1 percentage point.
On an annual basis, current households' finances and expectations for major purchases deteriorated by 11 pp and 7 pp, respectively. On the other hand, the indicators of consumers' expectations about households' finances went up by 4 pp, and about the country's economy increased by 3 percentage points.
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