Slovenia’s consumer confidence improved in March, after falling in the previous month, figures from the Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia showed Monday.
The seasonally adjusted consumer confidence index rose to -14 in March from -17 in February. In January, the reading was also -14.
The measure of consumers’ view of the general economic situation over the next twelve months increased to -7 in March from -10 in the preceding month.
The sub-indicator of expectations for personal finances improved slightly in March, with the corresponding index rising to -9 from -10.
The index regarding expectations for unemployment level over the next twelve months came in at 18.0 in March, down from 25.0 in the prior month.
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