The investor confidence index in the eurozone in November was 8.8 points, having decreased compared to the October value of 11.4 points, the results of the Sentix survey, which was attended by 991 investors, showed. The November figure was the lowest since October 2016 and was below the experts' forecast of 10.1 points. The decline in the index has been observed for three months in a row. The indicator, which indicates the current economic condition, dropped to a minimum since April 2017, a value of 29.3 points. In the previous month it was at the level of 33 points. Economic expectations fell to minus 9.8 points from minus 8.3 points.
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