Lithuanian consumer confidence indicator stood at minus 7 in June. Compared to May, it went down by 2 percentage points.
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According to Statistics Lithuania, in June 2015, 12 percent of the population stated that during the last 12 months their household's financial situation improved, 31 percent said it worsened, while 57 percent said it had not changed. In May, the figures were 14, 30 and 57 percent respectively. Assessing the anticipated changes of their household's financial situation in the next 12 months, 20 percent - every fifth resident of the country - said it would improve, 18 percent said it would worsen, whereas 58 percent said it would not change. In May, the figures were 19, 16 and 59 percent respectively.

Evaluating Lithuania's economic situation during the last 12 months, 22 percent said it improved, 35 percent said it worsened, while 41 percent said it had not changed. In May, the figures were 25, 31 and 44 percent respectively.

27 percent of those polled said that Lithuania's economic situation would improve in the next 12 months, 24 percent said it would worsen, while 45 percent said it would not change. The figures in May were 30, 19 and 47 percent respectively.

In June, 37 percent of the population expected to save some money in the next 12 months, while 24 percent did not. In May, these figures stood at 38 and 24 percent respectively.

Consumer confidence indicator between urban and rural population in June differed by 3 percentage points. Among the urban population, it was at minus 6, while among the rural population it was at minus 9. Compared to May, consumer confidence indicator dropped by 2 percentage points both among the urban population and the rural population.

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