Sentiment indicator, Slovenia, November 2021

The sentiment indicator slightly up

In November 2021, the sentiment indicator was 0.8 of a percentage point higher at the monthly level and 15.9 percentage points higher at the annual level.

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Economic sentiment higher at the monthly level

In November 2021, the value of the sentiment indicator (at 3.2 percentage points – p.p.) increased by 0.8 p.p. compared to October 2021 (at 2.4 p.p.). It was also 4.4 p.p. above the long-term average.

The monthly increase was influenced by confidence indicators in manufacturing (by 1.1 p.p.) and in retail trade (by 0.4 p.p.). On the other hand, there was a negative influence of the confidence indicators among consumers (by 0.5 p.p.), in services (by 0.2 p.p.), and in construction (by 0.1 p.p.).

Economic sentiment higher at the annual level

At the annual level, the value of the sentiment indicator in November 2021 was higher by 15.9 p.p.

All five components of the sentiment indicator had a positive influence at the annual level: the confidence indicator in services by 9.9 p.p., in manufacturing by 2.7 p.p., among consumers by 1.3 p.p., in construction also by 1.3 p.p., and in retail trade by 0.8 p.p.

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

Data are seasonally adjusted.

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