Investor confidence in the eurozone economy reached its highest level in March of the current year. According to the latest Sentix survey conducted among 936 investors, the corresponding index was minus 0.3 points, rising from minus 2.2 points in February. The experts did not expect such a significant increase, they predicted the index at the level of minus 2 points. The indicator, reflecting investors' expectations, rose to the highest value since May 2018, reaching minus 4.3 points versus minus 10.3 points a month earlier. At the same time, the current situation index dropped to the lowest since February 2015, a value of 3.8 points. Its fall has been observed for eight months in a row.
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