Ukraine’s consumer sentiment index continues to fall

Source : 112 Ukraine

It has already reached the levels of April 2019
19:05, 17 February 2021

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The consumer sentiment index of Ukraine has dropped to the level of April 2019. In January 2021, the index was 60.7 points on a 200-point scale. This is evidenced by data provided by Info Sapiens.

"In January 2021, the consumer sentiment index reached a minimum value for the period from April 2019. Thus, the index returned to the levels of early 2019," experts say.

Thus, the index of consumer sentiment of Ukrainians decreased by 5.2 points in January - to 60.7 points on a 200-point scale, and the index of the current situation fell by 3.4 points and amounted to 57.4.

Related: Law on consumer lending, turnover of credit histories comes into force in Ukraine

As we reported earlier, in 2020, the volume of issued mortgage loans in Ukraine increased by 36% to 135.5 million dollars (3.8 billion hryvnias).

"Banks reported that they issued 743 loans worth $ 18 million in December 2020. In 2020, banks issued mortgage loans worth $ 135.5 million, which is 36% more than in 2019,” the report reads.

The largest number of loans were issued in Kyiv – 1,500 agreements for a total amount of 49 million dollars (37% of the total number of agreements).

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