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Slovenia - Exchange Rate

The economy likely continued expanding at a relatively weak pace in the third quarter after GDP growth slid to a nearly four-year low in the second quarter. Industrial activity rose at a softer pace in the quarter, while retail sales decelerated throughout the period amid a deterioration in consumer confidence, thus signaling a slowdown in household spending. That said, a stronger external sector, powered by a pick-up in export growth, will have cushioned the moderation in Q3. Meanwhile, on the fiscal front, rising expenditures ate into the budget surplus, which shrank more than half in the first nine months from the same period last year. Turning to the fourth quarter, available survey-based data signals continued weakness: Consumer confidence and business sentiment both tumbled to an over three-year low in October, thus boding ill for private consumption and fixed investment.

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Slovenia Exchange Rate
Note: U.S. dollar (USD) per euro.
Source: Thomson Reuters.

Slovenia Facts

Bond Yield0.13-0.79 %Nov 21
Exchange Rate1.110.65 %Nov 21
Stock Market894-0.30 %Nov 21

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