Sentiment indicator, Slovenia, September 2021

Economic sentiment down at the monthly level and up at the annual level

In September 2021, the sentiment indicator was 1.8 percentage points lower at the monthly level but 8.5 percentage points higher at the annual level.

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The sentiment indicator lower at the monthly level

In September 2021, the value of the sentiment indicator (at 4.7 percentage points – p.p.) decreased by 1.8 p.p. compared to August 2021 (at 6.4 p.p.).

The sentiment indicator at the monthly level was negatively influenced by the confidence indicator in manufacturing (by 1.3 p.p.), followed by the confidence indicators in retail trade (by 0.7 p.p.) and among consumers (by 0.2 p.p.). On the other hand, the confidence indicators in services and in construction had a positive impact (each by 0.2 p.p.).

The sentiment indicator higher at the annual level

Compared to September 2020, the sentiment indicator increased by 8.5 p.p. in September 2021.

The rise of the sentiment indicator at the annual level was mostly influenced by the confidence indicators in services (by 4.7 p.p.) and in manufacturing (by 2.3 p.p.). The confidence indicators in construction (1.2 p.p.), and among consumers (by 0.6 p.p.) also had a positive effect, while the retail trade confidence indicator had a negative effect (by 0.4 p.p.). 

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Sentiment indicator, Slovenia, January 2005–September 2021
Sentiment indicator, Slovenia, January 2005–September 2021
Source: SURS
Impact of individual confidence indicators on the monthly change of the sentiment indicator, Slovenia, September 2021
Impact of individual confidence indicators on the monthly change of the sentiment indicator, Slovenia, September 2021
Source: SURS
METHODOLOGICAL NOTE
Some totals and subtractions do not add up due to rounding.

Data are seasonally adjusted.

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