The American holding company conducted a study and, based on its results, noted the lowest optimism in the history of the observations of Russian companies. Sanctions have become one of the main reasons for the decline in business sentiment.

The US holding company signaled the lowest level of Russian business optimism in history.

The results of the study were shared with RBC by a Russian representative of financial information provider S&P Global.

Experts noted the lowest level of optimism in Russian companies since 2009. It was the smallest among the world's 12 largest economies. The level of optimism decreased in June compared to February also in China, Germany and other European countries, and the US.

Business representatives interviewed cited sanctions, high commodity prices and declining purchasing power within Russia as the main reasons for their declining business spirit.

The survey was conducted among 500 Russian companies: service providers and representatives of the manufacturing industry.


Kirill Bilyk

Source: RB

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