Turkey’s consumer confidence up 6.9 percent in April
ANKARA – Anadolu Agency
Turkish consumers' confidence in the economy rose by 6.9 percent in April, the country's statistical authority announced on April 22.
The consumer confidence index stood at 63.5 this month, up over four points compared to March.
The index value is jointly calculated by the Turkish Statistical Institute (TÜİK) and the Central Bank through measurement of consumer tendencies.
In 2018, the index value hovered between 72.7 and 57.6 - the highest being in July and the lowest in October.