EC: Poland's Economic Sentiment Indicator up by 2.5pts to 94.6pts in December

By bne IntelliNews January 10, 2014

The Economic Sentiment Indicator (ESI) in Poland swung into growth of 2.5pts m/m to 94.6pts in December of 2013 after the November slight drop followed four months of growths in a row (thus reaching its new 12-month peak), the European Commission has announced.
In December, confidence in industry was -15.0pts vs. -15.5pts a month earlier; in the services sector, it rose to -0.9pts from -2.1pts. The consumer sentiment indicator improved to -19.7pts from -23.6pts, while in the retail trade, it was up to -3.4pts from -3.7pts, respectively; the construction sector's sentiment indicator rose to -32.9pts from -34.5pts a month earlier.
In the entire European Union, ESI rose to 103.5pts in December from 102.1pts a month earlier.

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