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Nov 22, 2017 12:14 EEST
November 22 (SeeNews) - Slovenia’s consumer confidence indicator remained unchanged month-on-month in November, after improving by three points in September, the country's statistical office said on Wednesday.
The value recorded in October was the highest in the entire observation period, which began in 1996, the statistical office said earlier.
Among its components, the expectations about the country’s economy improved by 2 percentage points (p.p.), while the expectations about savings and households’ finances worsened by 4 p.p. and 1 p.p., respectively. Expectations about the number of unemployed persons remained the same as in the previous month.
Other indicators mostly deteriorated compared to the previous month, especially the opinions regarding savings and major purchases.
The value of the consumer confidence indicator improved by 10 p.p. compared to November 2016, and was 22 p.p. above the long-term average.
All four component indicators had a positive impact on the annual change in the confidence indicator. Expectations about the country’s economy improved by 15 p.p., expectations about the unemployment level by 14 p.p., expectations about savings by 8 p.p. and expectations about households’ finances by 4 p.p.
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