Poland's economic expectations index fell by 14 points in June.

By bne IntelliNews June 27, 2011
Poland's economic expectations index took a plunge in June, losing 14 pts and landing at 12.4 pts, while the index of current conditions deteriorated by 17.9 pts to 29.4 pts, researcher ZEW said in a joint report with Erste Bank. Declines have been noted by all Central and Eastern European countries and were mainly a consequence of trouble in the eurozone, the report's authors stated. "Although the majority of experts assess the current situation in all economies of the CEE region as still rather normal, experts' expectations for the next six months could not remain unaffected by the difficulties in the Eurozone," the report, quoted by PAP, reads.

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