Originally published at euobserver.com
The EU Economic Sentiment Indicator (ESI) went up in October by 0.9 points in the eurozone – to 114.0 – and by 1.1 points in the EU – to 114.2. It is the highest level for the indicator – which expresses confidence of European business sectors and consumers – since January 2001 in the eurozone and since June 2007, just before the start of the financial crisis, in the EU.
Ajc Transatlantic Institute
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