PMI rises to 54.4 points in April, highest since February 2020
Credit growth in March slows to 2.9 pct; monthly inflow 403 mln
Deposits rose by 1.66 bln in March to highest since 2012
Retail turnover drops by 3 pct and volume by 1.8 pct in February
Construction revels as economic sentiment, consumer confidence rise further in April
FinMin sees favourable macro environment from next year, boosted by RRF
Industrial production up by 4.4% in February
The annual movement in the index was driven largely by a 12.4 percent rise in the electricity supply index, along with a 2.7 percent increase in manufacturing. Mining and quarrying dropped 5.6 percent, while the water supply index was effectively unchanged, dipping just 0.02 percent.
In addition, Markit’s PMI for March rose to 51.8 points in March -- a level signalling an improvement in operating conditions -- from 49.4 points in February.
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