The synthetic economic outlook (SI) in June increased in m/m and y/y terms, the Central Statistical Office (GUS) reported. The most optimistic are companies from the financial market.
The GUS pointed out that for seven straight months the indicator’s value was above the long-term average. The components for manufacturing, construction and retail trade increased relative to May, while the component for services remained at a level similar to that recorded a month ago.
“Compared to June last year, the value of all components has risen. Diagnostic and prognostic ratings are higher than those recorded a month ago and a year ago,” GUS added.