In June, business expectations deteriorated less, while consumer expectations significantly

After May, GKI’s economic sentiment index fell by 5 points in June as well to its 15-month low. According to the empirical survey conducted by GKI Economics Research Co. with the support of the EU, business expectations fell again by 3 points in June, while con-sumer expectations dropped again by around 10 points compared to the previous month. The last time households were more pessimistic than now was the outbreak of the Covid pandemic.

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