Denmark’s consumer confidence weakened for the second straight month in December, figures from Statistics Denmark showed Monday.
The consumer confidence index fell slightly to 6.0 in December from 6.3 in the previous month.
Expectations regarding family’s financial situation for the next 12 months dropped further in December and the corresponding index fell to 12.8 from 13.1.
Households’ view on the outlook for the country’s economy also eased to 13.1 from 14.1 in the prior month.
At the same time, households’ assessment of their current economic situation was better than from a year ago, with the index rising to 5.9 from 2.9.
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