Economic confidence euro zone further down


Confidence in the economy of the euro zone declined further in February. This was reported by the European Commission. It is already the fourteenth month in a row that economic confidence in the euro area is falling.

The index with which the committee measures the trust went from an adjusted 106.3 in January to 106.1 this month. Economists had predicted an average of 106.0 on average.

The decline in confidence is due to a deterioration in sentiment in industry and construction. The services sector and, to a lesser extent, retail and consumers showed slightly positive signs, according to the European Commission.

By: Abaigael Schlomski

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