Eurozone consumer confidence improved for a second straight month in April, preliminary data from the European Commission showed Thursday.
The flash consumer confidence index for April rose to -3.6 from -5 in March.
The corresponding indicator for EU rose by 0.8 point to -3.4 in March.
Final figures for April will be released along with the Economic Sentiment Indicator on April 27.
by RTT Staff Writer
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