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In March, consumer confidence in Belgium decreased slightly


Consumer confidence dips slightly in March

After four consecutive months of improvement, household confidence faltered somewhat in March, settling at a level slightly below its long-term average.

Households have revised downwards their expectations of the general economic situation over the next twelve months and expressed growing fears of a rise in unemployment.

On the personal level, households have stepped up their saving intentions, while expectations of their own financial situation remain basically the same.

Source: National Bank of Belgium
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