Slovenia's consumer sentiment improves on month in February

Analysis

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Slovenia's consumer confidence indicator improved by a monthly 8 percentage points (pp) in February, after rising by 1 pp in the preceding month, the Statistical Bureau of Slovenia (SURS) said last week.

All four components of the consumer sentiment indicator deteriorated at the annual level, with the expectations about current households' finances by 10 pp, expectations for major purchases by 8 pp, and expectations about the country's economy by 7 pp.

At the same time, consumers' expectations about the country's economy and for major purchases increased by 17 pp and 6 pp on the month, respectively.

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