Exchange Rate in Croatia

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Croatia - Exchange Rate

Recently-released national accounts data revealed that the economy lost pace in the second quarter, albeit following an exceptionally robust first-quarter upturn. After logging the strongest expansion in over a decade in Q1, consumer spending softened amid slower wage growth and higher inflation in Q2. Similarly, fixed investment growth cooled, although remained strong nonetheless, while government expenditure picked up, cushioning the overall slowdown somewhat. Meanwhile, the external sector dragged on growth as exports waned amid a decline in merchandise shipments. Looking ahead, upbeat confidence in the services sector and improved sentiment in retail trade in July bode well for business activity at the start of Q3. In other news, the government announced a new round of tax cuts in late July aimed at young people as part of an effort to stem emigration. The measures are set to come into effect next year, which could provide a boost to disposable incomes.

Croatia - Exchange Rate Data

2013  2014  2015  2016  2017  
Exchange Rate (vs USD)5.54  6.33  7.04  7.18  6.19  

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Croatia Exchange Rate Chart

Croatia Exchange Rate
Note: Croatian Kuna (HRK) per euro
Source: Thomson Reuters.

Croatia Facts

Bond Yield0.620.0 %Sep 04
Exchange Rate6.71-0.54 %Sep 04
Stock Market1,869-0.48 %Sep 04

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