Consumer confidence improves after five-month decline
Ljubljana, 21 October - Slovenia's consumer confidence has improved by 2 percentage points in October compared to the previous month after five months of decline, data from the Statistics Office shows. The rise was mainly driven by more optimism in consumers' expectations about the future state of household finances (+6 points). The indicator was down annually.
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