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Dec 28, 2009 12:35 EEST
December 28 (SeeNews) - Slovenia's December seasonally-adjusted economic sentiment index remained unchanged from a month earlier, the Statistics Office said on Monday.
The December index was 7.0 percentage points higher than a year earlier and 22 percentage points below the long-term average, the statistics office said in a statement. Slovenia started measuring economic sentiment in January 2000.
The seasonally-adjusted services confidence indicator decreased by one percentage point in December from a month earlier. It was 7.0 percentage points down from December 2008 and 36 points below the long-term average.
The seasonally-adjusted value of the manufacturing sector confidence indicator increased by 2.0 percentage points from November. It was 21 percentage points up from December 2008 and 14 points below the long-term average.
The consumer confidence indicator decreased by 2.0 percentage points in December. The decrease was mainly due to a more pessimistic unemployment outlook for the next 12 months. The consumer confidence indicator was 6.0 percentage points below last year’s average and 9.0 percentage points up from a year earlier.
The December seasonally-adjusted retail trade confidence indicator gained 2.0 percentage points from a month earlier. It was down by 3.0 percentage points from December 2008 and 22 points below the long-term average.
The December confidence indicator in the construction sector lost one percentage point compared to the previous month and was 18 percentage points lower than a year earlier. It was 46 percentage points lower than the long-term average.
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