For December 2017, CFA Society Romania Macroeconomic Confidence Index registered a decline to 41 points level, lowest value since April 2013, 3.1 points below Index's value during previous period. This evolution was determined mainly by the expectations component of the Index.
Current conditions index had a marginal decline of 0.7 points down to 59 points (lowest value since April 2015), while expectations component is down 4.2 points to 32 points (lowest value since October 2012). The evolution of expectations index is determined mostly by contributions by the survey participants to the question regarding personal income (41% of poll participants expect a generalized decline of personal income compared to 20% for the previous period).
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