Poland Economic Outlook
July 4, 2017Recent economic indicators suggest that Q1’s positive momentum carried over to Q2. Industrial production grew robustly in May, fueled by a strong manufacturing sector, while retail sales growth witnessed a slight acceleration in the same month. Adding to the good news, Poland’s positive outlook, coupled with a favorable external environment, is attracting more capital inflows into local fixed income markets, which should help the zloty to appreciate against major currencies this year. Despite these positive developments, the large share of CHF-denominated mortgage loans remains a threat to the banking system.
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|Bond Yield||3.24||-1.37 %||Jul 18|
|Exchange Rate||3.64||-0.66 %||Jul 18|
|Stock Market||62,332||-0.33 %||Jul 18|
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Poland Economic Growth
July 4, 2017A rebound in investment and stronger demand from the euro area should allow the economy to accelerate this year. The FocusEconomics panel sees GDP expanding 3.7%, which is up 0.2 percentage points from last month’s projection. In 2018, the panel sees GDP expanding 3.4%.
Poland Economic News
June 26, 2017
In June, the manufacturing sector business climate index decreased to 7.5 points from 8.1 points in May, according to the Business Tendency Survey released by the Central Statistical Office (GUS-BTS).
June 26, 2017
In May, retail sales rose 8.4% over the same month of 2016, picking up from April’s 8.1% growth.
June 20, 2017
In May, industrial production in Poland rebounded and grew 9.1% from the same month last year, which marked a substantial improvement on April’s 0.6% slip.
June 12, 2017
Consumer prices were unchanged in May from the prior month, below April’s 0.3% increase.
June 1, 2017
The Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) fell from April’s 54.1 to 52.7 in May, according to IHS Markit.