LJUBLJANA (Slovenia), July 22 (SeeNews) – Slovenia’s consumer confidence indicator decreased by a monthly 1 percentage point (pp) in July, after rising by 1 pp in the preceding month, the country's statistical office said on Thursday.
In annual terms, consumer confidence was up by 10 pps in July, the statistical office said in a statement.
On a monthly level, expectations about the country’s economy by 8 pps and about households’ finances by 2 pps. On the other hand, consumer opinion on current households’ finances and expectations for major purchases improved by 4 pps and 2 pps, respectively.
All four components of the consumer confidence indicator improved at the annual level. Expectations about the country’s economy grew by 19 pps, for major purchases by 11 pps, about households’ finances by 5 pps, and about current households’ finances by 2 pps.