Luxembourg - Consumer confidence pick up - June 1, 2019

The central bank's (BCL) consumer confidence indicator has gone up in May. But the factors making up the indicator have evolved differently. Households' expectations about their financial situation and their perceptions have increased while their expectations about the general economic situation have receded slightly. Their intended spending on major purchases has remained static. The consumer confidence is calculated as the arithmetic mean of the sum of all four components.

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