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

After its historic peak in February, the GKI’s economic sentiment index fell slightly in March. According to the empirical survey conducted by GKI with the support of the EU, expectations deteriorated slightly in the business sector, whereas they continued to rise among consumers.

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You can download the survey data in Excel 2007 format from here.

You can reach the archive of survey summaries here.

GKI’s economic sentiment index surpassed its peak

After nearly one and a half years of almost continuous growth, GKI’s economic sentiment index rose to a new historic peak in February. According to the empirical survey conducted by GKI with the support of the EU, business expectations have never been more favourable than now, and consumer expectations were more favourable only once, during the few months of the Medgyessy government’s 100-day programme in 2002.

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You can download the survey data in Excel 2007 format from here.

You can reach the archive of survey summaries here.

Compared to its year end peak, GKI’s economic sentiment index improved slightly in January

Compared to its historical peak at the end of 2017, GKI’s economic sentiment index advanced in January within the statistical margin of error. According to the empirical survey conducted by GKI with the support of the EU, this was the result of a minimal progress in business expectations and a slight deterioration of consumer expectations. Companies consider labour shortage as the main obstacle to expansion.

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You can download the survey data in Excel 2007 format from here.

You can reach the archive of survey summaries here.

GKI’s economic sentiment index reached a new historic peak

GKI’ economic sentiment index reached its new historic peak in December. According to the empirical survey conducted by GKI with the support of the EU, business expectations have never been more favourable than now, and consumer expectations were more favourable only once, during the few months of the Medgyessy government’s 100-day programme in 2002.

You can download the report from here.

You can download the survey data in Excel 2007 format from here.

You can reach the archive of survey summaries here.

GKI’s economic sentiment index near its peak again

In November, GKI’s economic sentiment index was again near to its historic peak reached in September. According to the empirical survey conducted by GKI with the support of the EU, in November expectations improved slightly in the business sector compared to October, whereas they declined among consumers within the statistical margin of error.

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