Euro zone consumer confidence rises to -6.1 in November
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BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Euro zone consumer confidence rose much more than expected by economists in November, figures released by the European Commission on Tuesday showed.
A flash estimate showed euro zone consumer morale rose to -6.1 points from -8.0 points in October. Economists polled by Reuters had expected a rise to only -7.8 points.
In the European Union as a whole, consumer sentiment rose by 0.7 points to -5.8.
(Reporting By Jan Strupczewski)
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