UPDATE 1-Mexico consumer confidence slips in Feb as expected
MEXICO CITY, March 5 (Reuters) - Mexican consumer confidence edged down in February as expected, data from the national statistics agency showed on Monday.
Adjusted for seasonal factors, the index showed a reading of 93.9, in line with the forecast of a poll of Reuters analysts. The indicator registered 94.0 in January.
The unadjusted index declined to 93.6 from 95.4 in January, a bigger fall than the Reuters poll predicted. Economists forecast a reading of 95.2.
The Mexican economy is expected to slow somewhat this year from growth of just under 4 percent in 2011. (Reporting by Dave Graham; editing by Jeffrey Benkoe)
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