Peru: Business sentiment swings back to pessimistic territory in July
August 10, 2015
Business confidence came in at 46.7 points in July, according to the Central Bank’s business confidence indicator. The result was a deterioration compared to the 50.6 points registered in June. As a result, business confidence is back below the 50-point threshold that separates optimistic from pessimistic territory.
Businesses had lower expectations for the economy in the next three months as well as for the coming 12 months. They also had weaker expectations regarding their particular sectors and their own business in the following months. Opinions regarding the current business situation, including sales and production levels, were also down.
Author: Carl Kelly, Economist