May 21, 2019 / 6:04 AM / a month ago

Danish consumer confidence rose to 5.9 points in May

COPENHAGEN, May 21 (Reuters) - Denmark’s consumer confidence index rose to 5.9 points in May from 3.7 points in April, the statistics office said on Tuesday.

The monthly survey asks a cross section of Denmark’s population its views on current personal and national economic trends, along with consumer intentions for the coming months.

The respondents answer on a scale between plus 100 and minus 100 with 100 being “much better”, 50 being “slightly better”, 0 being “unchanged”, minus 50 being “slightly worse” and minus 100 being “much worse”.

For further details in Danish, Thomson Reuters Eikon users can click on www.dst.dk (Reporting by Stine Jacobsen)

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