The Sentix indicator rose to 10.1 from June's 8.5. Economists had forecast a lower score of 7.7.
The economic expectations index climbed to 18.3 from 17 in the previous month and equaled May's score. The index rose for the first time in five months.
The improvement in expectations could be partly due to the interest rate cut and liquidity measures announced by the
The current situation index of the survey moved up strongly to 2.3 from 0.3. In May the score was as high as 7.5%.
The sentiment index for
The index for the US rose to 29.3 from 25. The overall index rose to the highest level since
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