The Swiss Investor sentiment index increased by 15.5 points from the prior month to -57.2 in July of 2022, with financial analysts forecasting higher inflation but noting that there is only a limited risk of recession. Meanwhile, the current conditions index fell by 4.3 points from the previous month to 10.8 in July. source: Credit Suisse & CFA Society Switzerland

ZEW Economic Sentiment Index in Switzerland averaged -4.10 from 2006 until 2022, reaching an all time high of 72.20 in May of 2021 and a record low of -91.10 in October of 2008. This page provides - Switzerland Zew Economic Sentiment Index- actual values, historical data, forecast, chart, statistics, economic calendar and news. Switzerland CS-CFA Society Economic Sentiment Index - data, historical chart, forecasts and calendar of releases - was last updated on August of 2022.

ZEW Economic Sentiment Index in Switzerland is expected to be -15.00 by the end of this quarter, according to Trading Economics global macro models and analysts expectations. In the long-term, the Switzerland CS-CFA Society Economic Sentiment Index is projected to trend around 15.00 in 2023 and 7.00 in 2024, according to our econometric models.

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Switzerland CS-CFA Society Economic Sentiment Index



Calendar GMT Actual Previous Consensus TEForecast
2022-06-29 08:00 AM Jun -72.7 -52.6 -54.6
2022-07-27 08:00 AM Jul -57.2 -72.7 -74.1
2022-08-31 08:00 AM Aug -57.2


Related Last Previous Unit Reference
ZEW Economic Sentiment Index -57.20 -72.70 Jul 2022

Switzerland CS-CFA Society Economic Sentiment Index
In Switzerland, the CS-CFA Society Economic Sentiment Index measures the level of optimism that analysts have about the expected economic developments over the next 6 months. The survey covers up to 350 financial and economic analysts. The index is constructed as the difference between the percentage share of analysts that are optimistic and the percentage of analysts that are pessimistic about the development of the economy. Therefore, the ZEW indicator measures the confidence on a scale of -100 (all analysts expect the economy to deteriorate) up to 100 (all analysts expect it to improve). A 0 value indicates neutrality.
Actual Previous Highest Lowest Dates Unit Frequency
-57.20 -72.70 72.20 -91.10 2006 - 2022 Monthly

News Stream
Swiss Investor Morale Improves in July
The Swiss Investor sentiment index increased by 15.5 points from the prior month to -57.2 in July of 2022, with financial analysts forecasting higher inflation but noting that there is only a limited risk of recession. Meanwhile, the current conditions index fell by 4.3 points from the previous month to 10.8 in July.
2022-07-27
Swiss Investor Morale at 7-Year Low
The Swiss Investor sentiment index decreased by 20.1 points from the prior month to -72.7 in June of 2022, the lowest since February of 2015. Financial analysts continued to forecast lower prices for financial assets as interest rate hikes increase sharply, adding to the low sentiment from geopolitical uncertainty. Meanwhile, the current conditions index fell by 11.3 points from the previous month to 15.1 in June.
2022-06-29
Swiss Investor Morale at Over 7-Year Low
The Swiss investor sentiment index decreased by 1 point to -52.6 in May of 2022 from -51.6 in the previous month, the lowest since February 2015. Also, the current conditions index declined to 26.3 from 38.7 in April. 58% of the Swiss financial analysts surveyed forecast an economic slowdown over the next six months, probably on account of the war in Ukraine, the lockdowns in China and monetary policy tightening across the world, Credit Suisse said.
2022-05-25