Fiscal Balance in Slovenia
Slovenia - Fiscal BalanceAvailable data suggests GDP growth remained relatively weak in the third quarter after it slid to a near four-year low in the second quarter. Headwinds stemming from a downturn in key trading partners—most notably in Germany—continued to limit export growth, which averaged lower in July–August than in Q2. In particular, reduced overseas sales of cars in the first three quarters curbed industrial activity, which yet again lost further momentum in July–August. That said, solid sales of pharmaceutical products have kept overall export growth strong. Moreover, retail sales growth weakened in the same two months and prospects for private consumption remain subdued: Consumer confidence plunged to a near three-year low in September, while bank lending to households has tighetend. In the same month, business sentiment tumbled to the lowest level in over three years, boding ill for fixed investment.
Slovenia - Fiscal Balance Data
|Fiscal Balance (% of GDP)||-14.7||-5.5||-2.8||-1.9||0.0|
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|Bond Yield||-0.12||-0.79 %||Sep 04|
|Exchange Rate||1.10||0.65 %||Sep 04|
|Stock Market||850||-0.30 %||Sep 04|
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October 30, 2019
Consumer prices rose 0.1% over the previous month in October, contrasting a 0.2% month-on-month drop in September.
October 10, 2019
The industrial sector decelerated sharply in August, with annual growth in output slipping to 0.8% from 4.8% in July.
September 30, 2019
Consumer prices fell 0.2% over the previous month in September, contrasting a 0.4% month-on-month rise in August.
September 10, 2019
Industrial production growth, on an annual basis, jumped to 5.0% in July from 1.2% in June.
August 30, 2019
The economy grew 2.5% year-on-year in the second quarter, marking a notable deceleration from the first-quarter’s 3.3% upturn, according to detailed data released by Slovenia’s Statistical Institute on 30 August.