Business expectations no longer improved in June

After an unprecedented rise in April, the GKI economic sentiment index continued to as-cend in May and June, but most recently only within the statistical margin of error. This brings the index back to its level at the beginning of last year preceding the pandemic. According to a survey conducted by GKI with the support of the EU, although business expectations regained earlier optimism faster already in May, they became slightly more pessimistic this June. However, the consumer confidence index continued to rise marked-ly in June, almost reaching its pre-crisis level.

 

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