Consumer Confidence Index
Ljubljana – Consumer confidence in Slovenia deteriorated for the third month in a row in September as the relevant indicator was down by one percentage point compared to August, which the Statistics Office attributes to more pessimistic expectations regarding the economic situation in the country and financial situation in households.
Turkey's economic confidence index hit a 39-month high of 100.8 this August, the country's statistical institute said on Aug. 27.
Chiefly driven by the services and construction confidence indices, the main reading improved 0.7% from July, Turkish Statistical Institute (TÜİK) data showed.
Ljubljana – Consumer confidence in Slovenia deteriorated for the second month in a row in August as the relevant indicator was down by two percentage points compared to July. It was still higher than the long-term average though, by one point. The figure rose by two points year-on-year, the Statistics Office said on Friday.
Turkey's economic confidence index surged to a 14-month high in March, according to the country's statistical institute on March 31.
Driven by consumer, real sector (manufacturing industry), services, and retail trade indices, the main reading improved 3.3% from February to 98.9 this month, Turkish Statistical Institute (TÜİK) data revealed.
Consumers' confidence in the Turkish economy went up in March for the third month in a row, according to Turkey's statistical authority on March 24.
The consumer confidence index rose 2.5 percent month-on-month to 86.7 in March, according to data prepared in cooperation by TÜİK and the Central Bank by measuring consumer tendencies.