Dutch Consumer Confidence Improves In September

The Netherlands' consumer confidence improved in September, data from the Central Bureau of Statistics showed on Wednesday.

The consumer confidence index rose to -5 in September from -6 in August. The score was below the 20-year average of -8 points.

Among components, the economic climate index rose to -8 in September from -11 in August. The assessment of the future economic climate was slightly less positive and consumers' opinion on the past economic situation was less negative.

The indicator for willingness to buy fell to -3 in September from -2 in the previous month.

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