Exchange Rate in Slovenia
Slovenia - Exchange RateThe economy expanded at the slowest pace in over two years in the first quarter, dragged by weaker domestic demand. Notably, inventories contracted sharply amid falling business confidence on growing anxieties of a wider pullback across the Eurozone. In contrast, household spending accelerated, supported by a marked slowdown in inflation, as did fixed investment thanks to upbeat construction activity. Moreover, export growth gained steam in Q1, despite sluggishness in Europe’s largest economies. Turning to Q2, domestic demand seems to have gathered momentum, bolstered by consumers’ increased purchasing power: In April, retail sales grew at the fastest pace of the year so far and merchandise imports growth soared to an over-decade high. Meanwhile, on 17 June, S&P ratings raised the country’s credit rating from A+ to AA- with a stable outlook, lauding resilient GDP growth alongside fiscal and external surpluses.
Slovenia - Exchange Rate Data
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Slovenia Exchange Rate Chart
Source: Thomson Reuters.
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|Exchange Rate||1.13||0.65 %||Jul 11|
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June 10, 2019
Industrial production increased 5.7% on an annual basis in April, accelerating from March’s revised 3.5% outturn (previously reported: +2.9% year-on-year).
May 31, 2019
Consumer prices rose 0.9% from the previous month in May (April: +0.8% month-on-month) on higher prices for food and clothing.
May 31, 2019
The economy grew 3.2% year-on-year in the first quarter of 2019, according to detailed data released by Slovenia’s Statistical Institute on 31 May.
May 10, 2019
Industrial production increased 2.9% on an annual basis in March, decelerating from February’s revised 4.1% upturn (previously reported: +4.3% year-on-year).
April 30, 2019
Consumer prices rose 0.8% from the previous month in April, after a 0.7% month-on-month increase in March.