Consumer moods rebound in January
January 31, 2013
Polish consumer moods improved in January after dipping in December, with the consumer optimism index (WOK) up by over 4 points m/m to 76.01 points, Ipsos research institute said Wednesday.
All components of the WOK index improved, the January survey showed.
The economic climate indicator, reflecting the current economic situation in the country and expectations concerning changes, recorded the biggest increase, up by 6.38 points to 61.61 points.
The current indicator, concerning both the current economic situation in Poland and the financial condition of households, rose by 5.22 points m/m to 65.77 points.
The consumer optimism index ranges from 0 to 200 points.