Norway’s Q3 consumer confidence jumps

Shopping at Oslo Design, in the Norwegian Capital. Photo: VisitOslo.com.

OSLO, Sept 8 (Reuters) – A Norwegian consumer confidence index rose in the third quarter to 11.7 points, up from a revised 0.5 in the second quarter, the Savings Banks Association said on Tuesday.

The seasonally and trend-adjusted index of consumer confidence for the second quarter was revised up from a negative 3.7 points. A negative reading implies there are more pessimists than optimists.

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