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Markets  |  April 18, 2012 12:30:05

KPMG: The global market optimism is returning to the CR has not yet arrived


PRAGUE (MEDIAFAX) - More than half of manufacturers and service providers around the world expected this year in the economy turn for the better, the Czech company in the future too believe it is only a more pessimistic Greece. According to a survey by KPMG network of advisory published Wednesday.

Companies across all sectors expect growth this year. The index providers expectations of business activity rose to nearly 45 points better off with the manufacturers also expect 41.5 points. Compared to the autumn of 2011 is to significantly improve prospects for services by 11.5 points, even in production by 14.2 points.

"Despite the crisis the euro area is not far from overcome, companies around the world feel that at least under control. Positive mood also strengthen the U.S. economy strong profits.Markets are still vulnerable, and of course the company will be cautious in their activities, but apparently optimism returns, "approached Jan Linhart, Partner, KPMG in the Czech Republic.

The mood in Europe in early 2012 improved. Optimism increased compared to last October, both in services and in manufacturing. Expectations regarding economic activity among service providers has increased by 10.5 percentage points to 30.3 points of current, then the manufacturers of 15.1 on the current 30.5 points.

Significant improvement in confidence is particularly evident in Germany (by 20.6 points) and the UK (+21.7 points). Both countries expect to increase especially in the volume of new orders, and thus sales. Contrast, values ??below the EU average indicates, France, Italy and Spain, right in the hole, then there is only Czech Republic (-0.5 points) and Greece (-45.3 points).

"Although overall optimism in Europe increased, the outlook for Greece suggests another worrisome deterioration. The local manufacturers continue to expect economic activity to fall sharply, the expected decline is the steepest since the first survey in January 2006," said Linhart.

Libor Popel, popela@mediafax.cz

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