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Dutch Consumer Confidence Decline Slows In April

Netherlands' consumer confidence declined at a slower pace in April, data from the Central Bureau of Statistics showed on Tuesday.

The consumer confidence index fell to minus 3 in April from minus 4 in March.

"With -3, consumer confidence in April is on the average over the past twenty years (-3)," the CBS report said.

Economic expectations of households remained at minus 3 in April versus minus 3 in March, while the willingness to buy eased to minus 3 from minus 4 in March.

Households were less positive regarding their financial situation over the past 12 months, and are less negative for the next 12 months.

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