GKI’s economic sentiment index ended the year with an increase

Following its slowdown at the end of summer, in December GKI’s economic sentiment index has been growing for the third consecutive month. Both business and consumer expectations have improved slightly, reflecting strong optimism.

 

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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 was favorable in November as well

GKI’s economic sentiment index remained essentially unchanged in November. Business expectations continued to improve, whereas consumer ones declined further. The business confidence index is around its yearly average now. Although the consumer confidence in-dex is close to its lowest point this year, it continues to reflect optimism.

 

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.

 

The real estate market boom is expected to remain unbroken

In October, the GKI real estate indices for Budapest and Hungary stood at 11 and 7 points respectively. Budapest index rose by 5, the national index rose by 4 points compared to the previous survey. The capital index went up 11 points, the other one rose by 7 points, compared to the survey made one year earlier.

 

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