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Croatia - Money

The economy seemingly kept pace in the final quarter of last year, after stronger external sector metrics and robust consumer spending drove an acceleration in the third quarter. Household consumption looks set to have remained resilient in the fourth quarter: Retail sales growth accelerated notably, supported by rising consumer confidence and faster wage and credit growth. Meanwhile, the important tourism sector also sent encouraging signals, with the number of tourists jumping in October-November from the same period of 2018. That said, the picture for private sector activity appears more mixed: Although business sentiment improved, industrial production was downbeat in the last stretch of 2019, due to spillovers from a frail German industrial sector. Heading into the first quarter of 2020, both business and consumer confidence rose in January, boding well for consumer spending and investment activity.

Croatia - Money Data

2014   2015   2016   2017   2018  
Money (annual variation in %)9.6  11.4  18.2  19.1  20.7  

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Croatia Money Chart

Croatia Money
Note: Annual variation of M2 in %.
Source: Crotia Central Bank and FocusEconomics calculations.

Croatia Facts

Value Change Date
Bond Yield0.670.0 %Dec 31
Exchange Rate6.64-0.54 %Jan 01

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