Eurozone consumer confidence fell less-than-expected in July to its lowest level in nine months, a flash estimate from European Commission showed Monday.
The consumer confidence index eased to -0.6 from -0.5 in June. Economists had forecast a score of -0.7.
In contrast, the EU consumer confidence gained 0.6 points to -0.7.
The European Commission will release the final figures for consumer confidence along with the economic sentiment data on July 30.