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Sep 25, 2007 13:16 EEST
September 25 (SeeNews) - Slovenia's seasonally-adjusted economic sentiment index fell in September by three percentage points from a month earlier due to lower services and consumer confidence indicators, the Slovenian Statistics Office said on Tuesday.
The September index also was two percentage points lower than a year earlier but 10 points above the long-term average, the statistics office said in a statement.
The consumer confidence indicator fell by five percentage points in September as compared to a month earlier, largely because of the households' more pessimistic money saving expectations for the next 12 months. In September the consumer confidence indicator was two percentage points lower than last year's average.
The seasonally-adjusted services confidence indicator was two percentage points lower than in August. It was also down by two points compared to September 2006 and three points above the long-term average.
The seasonally-adjusted value of the manufacturing sector confidence indicator fell by one percentage point in September compared to the previous month. It was down three percentage points from September 2006 but was 14 percentage points above the long-term average.
September’s seasonally-adjusted retail trade confidence indicator improved by 11 percentage points from August. The retail trade confidence indicator was up by 18 points from September 2006 and was 27 points above the long-term average.
In September the confidence indicator in construction fell by three points compared to August. It fell by one point as compared to September 2006, and was 19 percentage points higher than the long-term average.
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