The European Commission released its preliminary consumer confidence figures for the Eurozone on Monday. Eurozone's preliminary consumer confidence index remained unchanged at -5.6 in June, beating expectations for a decline to -5.8.
May's figure was revised down from -5.5.
The reading remains above the levels in the recent years since the financial crisis, but it seems that the boost from lower energy prices is fading.
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