The European Commission increased the forecast of this year’s GDP growth by 0.4 percentage points to 4.2 percent this year. For 2018, the forecast was increased by 0.6 percentage points to 3.8 percent. For 2019, the EC predicts a 3.6 percent GDP growth, up by 0.2 percentage points compared to ...
Ratings agency S&P raised its GDP forecast for Poland to over 4 percent for this year. “We expect that in 2018 real GDP growth in Poland will easily exceed 4 percent, as in our opinion the economy of the country is in an overheat mode,” the report said.
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has raised its 2017 GDP forecast for Poland to 4.3 percent from 3.6 percent previously forecast. For next year, the organization forecasts 3.5 percent growth, up from the previous 3.1 percent growth projection. For 2019, according to O...
The European Commission (EC) increased the forecast of this year’s GDP growth by 0.7 percentage point to 4.2 percent. For 2018, the forecast was increased by 0.6 percentage points to 3.8 percent. For 2019, the EC predicts 3.4 percent GDP growth.
Ratings agency S&P upgraded its GDP growth outlook for Poland to 4.2 percent for this year (from the previous 3.6 percent), and to 3.8 percent for 2018 (from 3.1 percent).
The International Monetary Fund has increased its forecast for Poland’s GDP growth by 0.4 percentage points to 3.8 percent for 2017. Next year the growth will slow down to 3.3 percent (from 3.2 percent previously forecasted).
Ratings agency Fitch has upgraded its GDP forecast for Poland for this year to 4 percent from the previous 3.3 percent.
Ratings agency Moody’s upgraded Poland’s GDP outlook for 2018 to 3.5 percent from the previous 3.1 percent estimate.
Ratings agency Moody’s raised its economic growth forecast for Poland this year to 4.3 percent from the previous 3.2 percent, citing positive statistical data, adding that Warsaw should maintain the momentum throughout the year.
GDP growth could reach as much as 4.0 percent this year, according to Development and Finance Minister Mateusz Morawiecki. He said that the figure is becoming increasingly probable given the increasing investment. “Our official forecast in 3.6 percent, perhaps 3.8 percent. We are conservative. But t...