Exports in Slovenia

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Slovenia - Exports (billions of Euros)

Recent data suggests the economy likely continued growing at a solid pace in the second quarter. Retail sales rebounded in the quarter as real wages rose in annual terms thanks to a tight labor market, boosting consumers’ purchasing power. Moreover, exports continued growing robustly in Q2, albeit moderating from the first quarter likely linked to the broader slowdown in the Eurozone. Nevertheless, the external sector’s contribution to growth improved as imports slowed more sharply. On the flipside, average industrial production growth was slightly slower in the second quarter compared to the first. Survey-based data for the outset of the third quarter suggests waning momentum: consumer confidence swung into negative territory and business sentiment edged down to a 14-month low in July. On the political front, Slovenia’s parliament nominated election runner-up Marjan Šarec as prime minister on 17 August following a two-month political stalemate. The centre-left List of Marjan Šarec party will head a minority government, in a coalition with four other parties, and a significant shift in economic policy is unlikely under the newly-formed government.

Slovenia - Exports (EUR bn) Data

2013  2014  2015  2016  2017  
Exports (EUR billion)21.7  23.0  24.0  25.0  28.4  

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Slovenia Exports (EUR bn) Chart


Slovenia Exports
Note: Exports in EUR billion.
Source: Slovenia Central Bank and Met the why particular calculations.

Slovenia Facts

ValueChangeDate
Bond Yield1.05-0.79 %Sep 20
Exchange Rate1.180.65 %Sep 20
Stock Market855-0.30 %Sep 20

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