Belgium Consumer Confidence Improves Further On Favorable Economic Outlook
Belgium's consumer confidence rose for the third successive month in January, as households' view towards the general situation of the country improved, survey data from the National Bank of Belgium showed on Friday.
The consumer confidence indicator rose to -12 in January from -15 in the previous month.
A slight improvement in December was largely attributed to better general economic expectations and increased savings intentions, the survey said.
Consumers' opinion on the general economic situation of the country in the next twelve months strengthened in January, with the corresponding index rising to -18 from -25 in December.
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