Both current and future consumer sentiment worsened in June compared to the previous month, the Central Statistical Office (GUS) said.
The Current Consumer Confidence Index (BWUK), which synthetically describes current trends in individual consumption, was -43.8 points, down 5.4 percentage points from the previous month.
For June 2021, the current BWUK value is 29.0 percentage points lower.
The leading indicator of consumer confidence (WWUK), which synthetically describes expected trends in individual consumption in the coming months, fell by 3.4 percentage points compared to the previous month and stood at -31.3 points.
In June this year, WWUK was 22.3 percentage points lower than in the same month of 2021.