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Oct 24, 2007 11:54 EEST
October 24 (SeeNews) - Slovenia's seasonally-adjusted economic sentiment index fell in October by two percentage points from a month earlier due to a fall in the manufacturing and the retail trade confidence indicators, the Slovenian Statistics Office said on Wednesday.
The October index also was three percentage points lower than a year earlier and eight points lower than the long-term average, the statistics office said in a statement.
The seasonally-adjusted value of the manufacturing sector confidence indicator fell by one percentage point in October compared to a month earlier. It was down four percentage points from October 2006 but was 12 percentage points above the long-term average.
October’s seasonally-adjusted retail trade confidence indicator decreased by nine percentage points from September. The retail trade confidence indicator was up by five points from October 2006 and was 18 points above the long-term average.
The consumer confidence indicator fell by one percentage point in October as compared to a month earlier, largely because of the households' more pessimistic money saving expectations for the next 12 months. In October the consumer confidence indicator was one percentage point lower than last year's average.
The seasonally-adjusted services confidence indicator was one percentage point lower than in September. It was also down by one point compared to October 2006 and two points above the long-term average.
In October the confidence indicator in construction remained the same as in the previous month. It fell by two points as compared to October 2006, and was 20 percentage points lower than the long-term average.
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