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23:14 29 February 2024
Post by: WBJ

Polish Consumer Sentiment Shows Mixed Outlook Amid Economic Concerns

Polish Consumer Sentiment Shows Mixed Outlook Amid Economic Concerns

According to Deloitte's "Consumer Signals" survey, 38% of respondents anticipate an improvement in their personal financial situation, with 48% expecting a rise in personal income. However, challenges persist as 45% feel their financial situation worsened compared to the previous year. Concerns about meeting upcoming payments and unexpected expenses remain prevalent

Despite these worries, optimism persists with more Poles anticipating a rise in personal income and improvements in financial situations. However, 65% foresee increased prices for food and non-alcoholic beverages, while concerns about rising living costs affect savings. Michał Pieprzny from Deloitte suggests that while concerns exist, improving sentiment may be expected in the coming months.


Similar concerns about inflation are observed globally, with varying levels of worry across different countries. The survey reflects sentiments from 19 countries, highlighting widespread economic apprehensions.


Source: inwestycje.pl


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