GKI’s economic sentiment index did not reach its level of the beginning of this summer in November

GKI’s economic sentiment index fell sharply in November, falling below its level in early summer. According to a survey conducted by GKI Economic Research Co. with the support of the EU, this is a consequence of falling business expectations. The consumer confidence index rose minimally recently, although due to its decline in the previous three months, it also fell short of its June level (within the statistical margin of error). Households were interviewed in early November and companies in mid-November.

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