The index of investor sentiment in the eurozone in August 2018 rose to 14.7 points from 12.1 points in July, reaching a three-month high, according to a poll conducted by Sentix. Experts had expected the index to grow to 13.4 points. The indicator of the current situation has improved to 37.3 points from 36.8 points. The index of expectations rose to minus 5.8 points from minus 10 points. Experts at Sentix noted that the data for August indicate the emergence of a certain clarity in the trade dispute with the US after the President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker reached agreements during negotiations with US President Donald Trump.
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