ZEW Economic Sentiment Indicator for Poland surges to 42.9pts in February.

By bne IntelliNews March 22, 2013
The ZEW-Erste Group Bank Economic Sentiment Indicator for Poland (economic expectations) surged by 22.3pts m/m to 42.9pts in February, according to a report by the Center for European Economic Research (ZEW) and Erste. At the same time, assessments of current economic situation increased by 17.9pts to 17.9pts. Overall, the ZEW-Erste Group Bank Economic Sentiment Indicator for Central and Eastern Europe including Turkey (CEE) rose by 13.6pts to 49.9pts in February of 2012. The assessment of the current economic situation for the CEE region improved by 17.4pts to 17.3pts, which was the most significant increase since April of 2011, ZEW also noted.

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