Business News


Consumer confidence continues to decline

Ljubljana, 22 September (STA) - The indicator measuring consumer confidence in Slovenia declined for the fifth consecutive month in September to drop to the level it was in early 2020, the latest Statistics Office figures show.

Declining by one percentage point to -40, it was 19 points below the level in the same period last year owing to a 5-point decline in consumer expectations about the future state of household finances and a 2-point drop in expectations about the state of the economy.

Consumers were slightly more optimistic than last month about major purchases (up by one point), whereas the sub-indicator measuring the current state of household finances remained level.

You might be also interested in:

GET IN TOUCH

We are here to help you.

GET IN TOUCH