French Consumer Confidence Rises Slightly In November
France's consumer confidence improved slightly in November, in line with expectations, survey figures from the statistical office Insee showed on Friday.
The consumer confidence index rose to 83.0 in November from 82.0 in the previous month. However, the index was well below its long-term average of 100.
The index measuring households' financial situation in the next twelve months improved to -21 in November from -23 in October. Similarly, the measure for their own past financial situation increased somewhat, with the index rising to -27 from -29.
Consumers' views regarding the future saving capacity improved in November, as the respective index gained by 5 points to +1 from -4 in October, and the index for the current saving capacity rose to 16 from 13.
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