Macroeconomic Forecast

The Macroeconomic Forecast is prepared by the Financial Policy Department of the Czech Ministry of Finance on a quarterly basic.

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Macroeconomic Forecast - January 2016

The Macroeconomic Forecast is prepared on a quarterly basis. It contains a forecast for the current and following years and for certain indicators an outlook for another 2 years.

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Macroeconomic Forecast - October 2015

The Macroeconomic Forecast is prepared on a quarterly basis. It contains a forecast for the current and following years and for certain indicators an outlook for another 2 years.

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Macroeconomic Forecast - July 2015

The Macroeconomic Forecast is prepared on a quarterly basis. It contains a forecast for the current and following years and for certain indicators an outlook for another 2 years.

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Survey of macroeconomic forecasts – April 2015

The 39th Colloquium took place in April 2015. Its results are based on the forecasts of 20 institutions. We thank all participating institutions for their cooperation.

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Macroeconomic Forecast - April 2015

The Macroeconomic Forecast is prepared on a quarterly basis. It contains a forecast for the current and following years and for certain indicators an outlook for another 2 years.

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Macroeconomic Forecast - January 2015

Real GDP increased by 0.4% QoQ in the third quarter of 2014 and a moderate recovery of economic activity therefore continued. We estimate that GDP increased by 2.4% last year and expect the economy to grow by 2.7% this year. In 2016, real GDP growth could slow down marginally to 2.5%.

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Macroeconomic Forecast - October 2014

According to the latest data, which are based on the national accounts standard ESA 2010 and reflect other methodical changes, real GDP increased by 0.3% QoQ in the second quarter of 2014.

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Macroeconomic Forecast - July 2014

Real GDP increased by 0.8% QoQ in the first quarter of 2014 (gross value added rose at an even faster pace, by 1.1% QoQ), which far surpassed the estimate from the April Macroeconomic Forecast.