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调查:芬兰消费者信心指数上升

2020-7-29 11:56

 

赫尔辛基,7月27日(新华社)——芬兰统计局周一报道,芬兰消费者信心指数上升,人们对经济的预期增强。


7月份,官方消费者信心指数(CCI)为负1.6,高于其长期统计平均值负1.8,而今年春季的数据非常低。6月和5月分别为负3.9和负9.0。2019年7月,CCI为负3.9。


然而,总体上消费者对国民经济的预期仍然疲软。目前有工作的人有失去工作的风险,相关数据与6月份持平。


芬兰统计局的报告是基于对7月1日至19日期间居住在芬兰的1034人的调查。


同样在周一公布的芬兰工业联合会(EK)商业趋势调查显示,芬兰企业认为夏季商业周期走弱,尽管前景有所改善。


欧洲经济联盟在一份新闻稿中指出,“芬兰经济正在逐步复苏,但在临近秋季的时候,不确定性仍然很高。”


EK首席经济政策顾问Sami Pakarinen表示,"受消费者需求推动,零售行业表现相当好,但制造业和建筑业的情况继续升级。"调查显示,需求不足是目前芬兰企业面临的最严重问题。


调查称:“整个商界的商业前景展望已从4月令人沮丧的负59升至负11。”


在服务业,前景指标已升至接近于零的水平。从前景来看,冠状病毒危机最糟糕的阶段将很快结束。


欧洲经济委员会还指出,“潜在的第二波疫情(COVID-19)并没有在经济预测中真正得到考虑。如果可能出现第二波危机,秋季可能会非常艰难,因为持续的危机也意味着反复出现的影响。”


共有1047家芬兰公司、近25万名员工参与了EK的调查。

 

HELSINKI, July 27 (Xinhua) -- The consumer confidence indicator is on the rise in Finland and people's economic expectations have strengthened, Statistics Finland reported on Monday.

The official Consumer Confidence Indicator (CCI) stood at minus 1.6 in July above its long-term statistical average of minus 1.8, following very low figures this past spring. The respective figures were minus 3.9 in June and minus 9.0 in May. In July 2019, the CCI was minus 3.9.

However, overall consumer expectations of the national economy remain weak. Those currently in employment feel at risk of losing their job and the relevant figure remains unchanged from June.

Statistics Finland based its report on a survey of 1,034 persons resident in Finland between July 1 and July 19.

The Business Tendency Survey carried out by the Confederation of Finnish Industries (EK), also published on Monday, showed that Finnish companies saw the business cycle weakening during the summer although prospects have improved.

The EK noted in a press release that "the Finnish economy is recovering gradually, but the level of uncertainty remains high towards the autumn."

"Driven by consumer demand, the retail sector has fared quite well, but the situation continues to escalate in the manufacturing and construction sectors," said Sami Pakarinen, chief economic policy advisor at the EK. The survey showed that lack of demand is currently the most significant problem for Finnish companies.

"Business outlooks throughout the business community have increased to minus 11 from a disheartening minus 59 in April," the survey said.

"In services, the outlook indicator has risen to close to zero. Judging from the outlooks, the worst phase of the coronavirus crisis will soon be over," it said.

The EK also noted that "a potential second wave (of COVID-19) has not really been taken into account in the economic forecasts. With a possible second wave, the autumn may be very difficult, as a prolonged crisis would also mean recurring impacts."

A total of 1,047 companies employing nearly 250,000 people in Finland responded to the EK survey.

 

来自: xinhua