RTTNews - Monday, the Netherlands' Central Bureau of Statistics said in a report that the consumer confidence indicator remained unchanged at minus 24 in July for the second consecutive month. The index stabilized in July, after showing significant improvements in April and May.

During the month, consumers were particularly concerned about the development of unemployment in the next 12 months, with the indicator standing at 86, four times the level seen in July last year, the report said. Meanwhile, consumers continued to be pessimistic about the economic climate, with the index standing at minus 47.

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