Bulgaria's July consumer confidence indicator increased by 7.8 percentage points compared to its April level, data from the country's statistics office showed.
Among the urban population the indicator rose by 9.1 percentage points, while with rural residents it was only 4.6 percentage points higher, the National Statistical Institute (NSI) said on Monday.
In July, consumers' assessment of the financial situation of their households over the last 12 months and expectations about the next 12 months were less pessimistic than in April.
Overall, people's assessment of saving opportunities remains negative.
The statistics office registered a slight increase in the indicator, measuring consumers' intentions to buy durable goods in the next 12 months, with people becoming more inclined to spend on home improvements, car and house purchases.