Exchange Rates: Outlook

June 2012
Slovakia Country Monitor;Jun2012, p13
Country Report
The article forecasts the performance of foreign exchange rates in Slovakia as of June 2012. It states that the euro is expected to remain under pressure as the sovereign debt crisis in Europe continue to be susceptible to significant spikes. It predicts that gross domestic product (GDP) in Europe will contract by four percent in 2012 and grow by 0.7 percent in 2013 while U.S. GDP will expand by 2.3 percent in 2013.


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