Euro zone consumer confidence improves more than expected in April
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Euro zone consumer confidence rose 0.6 points month-on-month to -8.7 in April, beating market expectations, the European Commission said in its first estimate on Tuesday.
Economists polled by Reuters had expected an improvement to 9.0.
For the whole of the 28-nation European Union, consumer confidence improved by 0.8 points to -5.8 in April against March, the Commission said.
(Reporting By Jan Strupczewski)
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