June 18 (Bloomberg) -- Turkish consumer confidence strengthened in May from the previous month.
Confidence rose to 92.1 last month from 91.1 in April, the statistics office said on its website today. The reading was 92.9 in May 2011.
Consumers demonstrated the highest confidence in durable consumer goods purchases, with the level rising to 98.1 from 96.8. Confidence about job opportunities in the next six months climbed to 94.4 from 94.1 and confidence about the economy in the next three months rose to 91 from 89.8, the survey showed.
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