LJUBLJANA (Slovenia), June 22 (SeeNews) - Slovenia’s consumer confidence indicator fell by 2 percentage points (pps) in June, after decreasing by 4 pps in the preceding month, the country's statistical office said.
In annual terms, consumer confidence declined by 16 pps in June, the statistical office said in a statement posted on its website.
The monthly decrease in the confidence indicator resulted from more pessimistic consumer expectations about households’ finances by 4 pps, opinions on current households’ finances, down 3 pps, and expectations about the country’s economy, down 2 pps. The indicator of consumer expectations about major purchases was at the level of the previous month.
All four components of the consumer confidence indicator deteriorated at the annual level. Expectations about households’ finances went down by 26 pps, expectations about the country’s economy fell 22 pps, for major purchases declined by 9 pps, and about current households’ finances decreased by 8 pps.