Ukraine CCI Grows
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Ukraine CCI Grows

The consumer confidence index in Ukraine grew by 3.2 points in May 2017, to 58. It is the highest since July 2014, GfK Ukraine reported last week, Interfax reported. Index of expectations of changes in unemployment fell by 6.7 points, and reached its minimum level in the past two years–135.7. “This result indicates, that in citizens’ perception, the situation in the economy is improving and the crisis peak passed,” GfK Ukraine said. According to the study, index of expectations of the country’s economic development over the next year increased by 10.8 points and equals 56.1. Meanwhile, index of inflationary expectations reached 181.1, which is 2.8 points lower than in April.


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