Tuesday, the National Bank of Belgium revealed in a report that the consumer confidence indicator stood at minus 22 in April, up from minus 24 in the previous month. A year ago, the index was minus 7.
The measure for households' saving capacity over the next twelve months declined to minus 4 from 0 reading seen in the previous month. Meanwhile, the financial situation indicator rose to minus 1 from minus 4.
Further, the gauge for economic situation in Belgium over the next twelve months stood at minus 10 in April, up from minus 21 in March. At the same time, the measure for unemployment remained unchanged at 71.
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