Money in Slovenia

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Slovenia - Money

Annual growth likely picked up in the fourth quarter of last year, after decelerating to a four-year low in the third quarter amid slowing fixed investment. Although ebbing merchandise exports growth in October–November suggest that sluggish external conditions likely persisted in Q4, the domestic backdrop showed signs of improvement. A fall in the unemployment rate in Q4 and soaring wage growth in November point to upbeat private consumption. That said, slowing industrial production in October–November and downbeat business confidence through the quarter indicate that fixed investment growth eased. Meanwhile, in politics, Prime Minister Marjan Sarec unexpectedly stepped down on 27 January, citing lack of parliamentary support for his minority government. Although Slovenia’s fractured Parliament will have a chance to negotiate a new coalition government in the upcoming months, a snap election remains the most likely scenario.

Slovenia - Money Data

2014   2015   2016   2017   2018  
Money (annual variation in %)6.7  5.0  7.7  6.6  7.4  

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Value Change Date
Bond Yield0.30-0.79 %Dec 31
Exchange Rate1.120.65 %Dec 31

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