Madrid, Nov 5 (EFE) .- Consumer confidence improved in October and recovered the uptrend interrupted in September, when it suffered a sharp drop, according to the Consumer Confidence Indicator (CCI) published today by the Research Center Sociological (CIS).

In October, consumer confidence increased driven both by the improvement in the valuation of the current situation and expectations, although it continues at values ​​lower than those registered in the last two years.

The ICC in October scored 93 points, with 100 being the threshold between a positive and negative perception, above the 90.6 points recorded in September, but below the 99.6 points that counted a year ago.

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