March 23, 2017 / 8:03 AM / 6 months ago

Danish consumer confidence rose to 6.2 points in March

    COPENHAGEN, March 23 (Reuters) - Denmark's consumer
confidence index rose to 6.2 points in March from 4.8 points in
February, the statistics office said on Thursday.
    
                       March 2017   Poll    Feb 2017
 Consumer confidence      6.2        5.0      4.8
   
    The monthly survey asks a cross section of Denmark's
population its views on current personal and national economic
trends, along with consumer intentions for the coming months.
    The respondents answer on a scale between plus 100 and minus
100 with 100 being "much better", 50 being "slightly better", 0
being "unchanged", minus 50 being "slightly worse" and minus 100
being "much worse".
    For further details in Danish, Thomson Reuters Eikon users
can click on www.dst.dk

 (Reporting by Teis Jensen, edited by Julie Astrid Thomsen)
  

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