Turkey's consumer confidence deteriorated in June to 91.8 from 92.1 in May, a monthly survey from the Turkish Statistical Institute showed Monday.
A reading below 100 indicates that pessimists outnumber optimists in June.
Consumers' assessments on general economic situation rose to 91.6 from 91, while evaluation of job opportunities for next six months fell to 93 and that for buying condition of durables dropped to 95.3.
The assessment of current purchasing power and future purchasing power improved to 88.7 and 90.2, respectively.
by RTT Staff Writer
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