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GKI consumer confidence index rises in April for first time in more than six months

Economic think tank GKI's seasonally-adjusted consumer confidence index rose 4 points to minus 68 points in May after falling for more than half a year, the survey, prepared with the support of the EU, shows.

The sub-index that measures households' outlook for the country's economic position rose six points and the one that measures the unemployment outlook in the twelve months ahead improved by five points.

Households were less pessimistic about their own financial situations as well as about their ability to make savings in the short term.

Inflation expectations fell. (MTI – Econews)