Turkey’s consumer confidence improves in September

Turkish consumer confidence rose in September, partially reversing two months of declines.

Sentiment among householders improved to 79.7 points this month from 78.2 in August, the Turkish Statistical Institute reported on Wednesday.

The increase was led by householders’ outlook toward the future economic situation in the country. That subindex gained to 79.3 points from 75.3 previously.

Over the past three months, Turkey has relaxed restrictions on the population imposed during the COVID-19 pandemic, helping to boost spending among consumers and businesses.

Consumer confidence stood at 82 points in September last year.  

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