Compared to its peak, GKI’s economic sentiment index fell in October

Compared to its historic peak in September, GKI’s economic sentiment index fell slightly in October. According to the empirical survey conducted by GKI with the support of the EU, this was the result of some deterioration in business expectations as consumer expectations improved slightly, within the statistical margin of error.

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GKI’s economic sentiment index reached another peak in September

After reaching historic peaks in July, GKI’s economic sentiment index and its business confidence index continued to rise in September. According to the empirical survey conducted by GKI with the support of the EU, almost all sectors have managed to exceed their best expectations at all times. Although consumer expectations deteriorated slightly in September, they still show strong optimism.

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GKI’s economic sentiment index remained close to its peak in August

GKI’s economic sentiment index reached its historic peak in July. It decreased slightly in August, within the statistical margin of error. According to the empirical survey conducted by GKI with the support of the EU, the business confidence index fell slightly in August over the previous month. However, consumer expectations increased a bit.

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GKI economic sentiment index reached its historic peak in July

GKI’s economic sentiment index and the business confidence index have never been as high as now so far during its more than twenty years of history. According to the empirical survey conducted by GKI with the support of the EU consumer expectations deteriorated slightly compared to June, although they still reflect strong optimism.

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