CFA: Macroeconomic confidence indicator, up 2.5 points in February

CFA: Macroeconomic confidence indicator, up 2.5 points in February

Macroeconomic confidence indicator recorded, in February, an increase by 2.5 points from the previous month, having reached the value of 62.3, according to a CFA Romania release issued for AGERPRES.

The macroeconomic confidence indicator is calculated on a scale with values between zero (the lack of confidence) and 100 (full confidence in the Romanian economy), based on six questions about current conditions related to the business milieu and the labour market and the anticipations for a time horizon of a year for business milieu, labour market, the trend of personal income in the economy and of personal assets. More…